The Whitman FW16 in Black
This variant is currently sold out
::the WHITMAN:: Available in Black Organic Moleskin and Midnight.
High tech warmth (Insulated with Primaloft ECO + lined in Windproof ripstop) High ethics materials (100% vegan + made of recycled and organic fibers) Cut & Sewn in New York City with Love.
Our bestselling mens style- the Whitman- perfect over a suit, jeans, everything, for your coldest months. Our classic men’s dress coat with slim European fit & tailored back, inspired by a Chicago winter and my favorite poet Walt & dog, Whitman.
- Black: In the new Organic Moleskin, made of 100% Organic Cotton Fibers, with a rain & snow repellant finish, and is as always 100% vegan.
- Camel is a classic 100% cotton moleskin [Only 20 will be made.]
- Buttons are engraved, eco conscious tagua nut.
- Insulated lined in 100 gram Primaloft ECO, made of recycled fibers, with a water resistant windproof liner made of closed loop zero waste 100% recycled synthetic fibers, to keep you dry, warm, and so handsome.
- Classic details such as epaulets & topstitching to add dimension.
- Perfect length over suits.
- Made in New York City with Love.
SIZING: Chris is 6’2” and wearing a medium. Front length 32", sleeve length 27", shoulders 19".
SIZE CHART IS HERE!
WEATHER APPROPRIATE: For below zero F weather with snow and light rain.
This coat is surprisingly warm, and warmer than a wool coat. You can wear it in 40 degree weather down to below 0 degree weather, just be sure to layer, wear a hat, gloves, and boots.
PICKUP IN NYC at our FLAGSHIP: If you’d like to skip shipping costs and pick up your piece at our VAUTE Flagship 114 Stanton St, NYC, just use code: NYCPickup at checkout and we’ll email you when it’s ready. Can’t wait to see you.
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Photos of Christopher Hollowell, co-founder of Dun-well Doughnuts the best doughnuts in the world, by Balarama Heller.