Gabriel Hearst's Japanese inspired denim jacket is a sophisticated alternative for a casual edit. This jacket is a great transitional piece to layer over other pieces in your wardrobe. You can go for double denim but here I've styled it with Jacquemus' high-waisted trousers, and Bottega sandals, they look great with the side slit on the flared trousers.
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Gabriela Hearst - The topstitched shawl lapels and belted waist defining Gabriela Hearst's mid-blue Racer jacket are reminiscent of Japanese kimonos, demonstrating the design's global influences. It's responsibly crafted in Italy from cotton denim finished impeccably on the inside with navy silk trims. Style it with the corresponding trousers and neat leather sandals.
The Le Pantalon Obiou slim pants are defined by hook-and-eye slits along the flared cuffs.
Otiumberg yellow gold vermeil hoop earrings Tapered hoop design Butterfly fastening for pierced ears Presented in a designer-stamped box
The angular flap on Bottega Veneta's roomy shoulder bag is a subtle allusion to the house's triangle logo. It feels as exquisite as you'd expect, given the brand's heritage in artisanal leather expertise. - Orange leather (Calf) - Two-way zip fastening along top - Designer color: Maple - Weighs approximately 4.6lbs/ 2.1kg - Comes with dust bag
Bottega Veneta BV Rubber Lido Sandals in Cane Sugar - Tan. Size 37 (also in ). Quilted embossed lagoon nappa leather with leather sole. Made in Italy. Approx 90mm/ 3.5 inch heel. Square toe. Rubber-injected leather sole for comfort and stability. BOTT-WZ150. 639943 VBP30. About the designer: Heritage brand Bottega Veneta has been a symbol of impeccable Italian craftsmanship and sophisticated luxury since it was founded in Vicenza, Italy, in 1966. Creative Director Daniel Lee works closely with the brand’s master artisans to preserve house codes while incorporating his own perspective to create timeless handbags, footwear and ready-to-wear. The hand-woven leather pieces are made using the iconic intrecciato technique – a prime example of a brand’s philosophy that favors construction over conspicuous logos.