Por Vocacao gives us a preview of a forthcoming jacket, coming in October from Kolor and Bogioli that benefits the Save the Children charity; specifically for the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami relief. The two garment collection features a garment dyed jacket available in either cashmere or performance cotton as tailored by Bogioli in Italy. 600 units of the deconstructed jacket are being produced. An absolutely great cause for charity and children.
Our friends over at Boglioli have just sent us this exclusive preview of their special collaboration project with Kolor to help the victims of the 2011 Japanese earthquake. The result of this creative partnership is a two-piece capsule collection of garment dyed jackets, available in cashmere and high performance cotton, bringing together the fine Italian tailoring, innovative fabrics research and garment treatments Boglioli is distinctively known for, and Kolor’s conceptual and deconstructed designs for the sophisticated, fashion-forward consumer. Featuring a limited production of only 600 pieces worldwide, all proceeds from the sale of the two jackets will be donated to Save the Children Japan. We are happy to say we will be one of the few shops who will be carrying this. Arriving late October.
More looks after the click.