The silhouette features an applied cotton-silk patch with a cyanotype artwork and a quote from American philosopher Henry David Thoreau, which reads, “All good things are wild and free.” The featured artwork, which boasts a photograph of a child standing next to flowers by a window, is centered on the back of the garment.
Meanwhile, the brand’s logo claims prominence on the center-right side of the jacket’s front. The design embraces a padded and quilted construction and does not include any pockets, opting for a straightforward approach to outerwear.
Each iteration of the Cyanotype Liner jacket is entirely unique as they’re actually made from vintage U.S. military surplus M-65 liner jackets. The brand overdyes and reworks each silhouette, breeding new life to old-time clothing with unique finishes.
The Liner is available exclusively in black, and the brand notes that color variation and variable construction should be expected due to the vintage nature of the garment.
The OAMC Cyanotype Liner is now available to purchase for $495 USD in limited quantities on the brand’s website.
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