Kapital Offers Two Military-Inspired Boro Jackets

Each piece is subtly and singularly unique.

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Kapital’s newest archival piece that’s been revamped for its latest collection is a military-inspired take on a Japanese boro jacket. Constructed from patchwork boro fabric that has been indigo-dyed, the Savannah jackets are available in oversized and overlong iterations with shawl collars that double as hoods. Waist and hem drawstrings offer different silhouettes and variations of wear. The unique patchwork means that each piece is unique, differently slightly and subtly from the next.

The intricate outerwear piece retails at $4,500 USD for the oversized and $5,000 USD for the tall take on the jacket. It is available at Kapital stockists like Haven now.

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