This is a double-breasted jacket made with Crazy Pattern Madras cloth woven in Chennai (formerly known as Madras), India.
D.C.WHITE has modernized the item, which is synonymous with Ivy style.
It ensures dress elements necessary for a tailored jacket, such as a standing collar and a natural shoulder line.
As casual elements, it features details that enable everyday wear, such as barrel cuffs, relaxed armholes, and patch pockets, moderately placed.
The silhouette remains intact even when worn with thick innerwear such as sweatshirts. It is designed to enjoy Ivy style fashion.
Madras cloth, which is named after the region of Madras (now Chennai) in southeastern India, was originally a fabric wrapped around the heads of sailors.
The history of Indian Madras dates back over 400 years. Indian textiles, which were made by hand-spinning and carefully weaving with hand-held looms, were widely spread throughout Europe.
However, with the advancement of the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century and the advent of mass production, the techniques of Indian cotton weaving fell behind and declined.
The traditional Indian cotton fabrics that had survived only in small numbers once again gained popularity when Brooks Brothers adopted Indian Madras in 1920. Ivy Leaguers then began to love Indian Madras, and its popularity remained steadfast.