Fall/Winter 2020 > Women > Outerwear > TOMMI - Tweed jacket - Black
The black and white houndstooth tweed of the Tommi jacket is made from 100% recycled polyester.

TOMMI

Recycled
Tweed jacket
Black

Color

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Description

The black and white houndstooth tweed of the Tommi jacket is made from 100% recycled polyester - a key part of our ongoing commitment to conscious craftsmanship. It's cut for a boxy, oversized silhouette and detailed with sleek leather panels for definition.

Model is 177 cm (5’ 8”) tall and wears a size S.

Body: 100% RECYCLED POLYESTER Lining: 100% VISCOSE Trimmings: 50% LEATHER FIBER 10% POLYESTER 10% VISCOSE 30% POLYURETHANE Detail: 100% LEATHER Padding: 100% POLYESTER Button: 30% AZOT 20% POTATO DUST 20% GLUE 20% HORN POWDER 10% DYE STUFF

Care information

Do not bleach

Do not tumble dry

Do not iron

Dry clean any solvent except Trichloroethylene

Do not wash

Sustainability

Recycled
RecycledThis item contains recycled material, which helps to close the loop between resource-intensive fabric production and growing piles of textile waste.

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TOMMI
Recycled
Tweed jacket
Black

Color

SizeSize guide
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Description

The black and white houndstooth tweed of the Tommi jacket is made from 100% recycled polyester - a key part of our ongoing commitment to conscious craftsmanship. It's cut for a boxy, oversized silhouette and detailed with sleek leather panels for definition.

Model is 177 cm (5’ 8”) tall and wears a size S.

Body: 100% RECYCLED POLYESTER Lining: 100% VISCOSE Trimmings: 50% LEATHER FIBER 10% POLYESTER 10% VISCOSE 30% POLYURETHANE Detail: 100% LEATHER Padding: 100% POLYESTER Button: 30% AZOT 20% POTATO DUST 20% GLUE 20% HORN POWDER 10% DYE STUFF

Care information

Do not bleach

Do not tumble dry

Do not iron

Dry clean any solvent except Trichloroethylene

Do not wash

Sustainability

Recycled
RecycledThis item contains recycled material, which helps to close the loop between resource-intensive fabric production and growing piles of textile waste.

Need Help?