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Khaki Tang coat

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283,33 €

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Description :

Description

"Inpired by the trench coat, the Tang coat celebrate timeless elegance."

- Boiled 100% wool coat

- Color : Khaki

- Straight cut

- Fastening : natural corozo buttons

- Two sides pockets

- One inside pocket

- Navy lining : 100% cotton

- Coat rack hook

- Inside screenprint by the English artist Felicity Marshall 

* Made with love in Portugal *

Olzha is 1m88 tall, weights 70kg and wears size medium.

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The
overcoat

Described as a “male garment worn to ward off the cold”, the overcoat is generally made from thick fabric. Worn over other items of clothing, it has become an iconic piece of a man’s wardrobe, essentially destined to protect oneself from bad weather and stay warm and dry. The overcoat can be a jacket, a coat or a trench coat. 

Felicity Marshall

Felicity Marshall is an English artist specialised in graphic design and patterns. The artist plays around with recurring patterns which mostly all stem from one iconographic family: the sun. Using palm trees, stretched out nude bodies, wild animals, luscious jungle greenery, vivid colours and a heady feeling of laziness, Felicity conjures up the sweetness of farniente.

/La Citation

"Inpired by the trench coat, the Tang coat celebrate timeless elegance."

Calligraphy on fabric

Each coat features a large piece of rectangular fabric with a calligraphy design on it, a fully-fledged work of art that can be taken out and why not hung up on a wall! 

It means Paris 13 in Chinese, and was created by artist Zhihong Wang (also called Martial Wang). A resident of the 13th arrondissement, on the dalle des Olympiades, the calligrapher and martial arts master is especially known for his traditional Chinese wrestling exploits.

Tang

“Tang refers to Tang Frères, an iconic Asian supermarket in the 13th arrondissement of Paris,” explains Valentin, the co-founder of OLOW. “It’s where we used to shop with my parents. I think my father liked its atmosphere, which reminded him of his native country. We would go there, and then get some food at Tricotin, right next door.”