This is the best man’s sport jacket we’ve ever worn: ’60s Men’s Wear
A vintage-style man’s athletic jacket from the 60s.
The coat features a vintage style, the classic look of the 60’s.
“It was designed to be a statement piece, something to make the wearer feel confident and not embarrassed,” the men’s brand said.
“We are extremely proud to present the jacket for our first season at the SES, the annual fashion show that highlights the finest men’s clothing in the world.”
The brand has a large range of men’s sportswear, including the mens sport jackets, jackets and sportswear.
It also sells clothing for men with disabilities, and is part of the SEXY MEN programme, which helps women.
The jacket was designed by famed sportswriter, photographer, and director Harry Hockney, who died in 2018 at the age of 96.
“Hockney was a pioneer in the sportswearing industry and he made a name for himself as a photographer of the greats of the 1960s and 70s,” the brand said in a statement.
“His work has been immortalised in several of our iconic jackets and we’re proud to have his work to show for this season.”
The jacket will be on display at the 2017 SES event, which runs until June 15, at the New York Hilton Hotel.