High Road Blazer - White Gingham
Twenty-Seven Names High Road Blazer - White Gingham
Take the High Road in this classic linen blazer. Fully lined, with welt pockets and subtle dart shaping.
Fit: Standard fit, true to size - not intended to be worn tightly fitting.
- Main: 44% linen, 56% viscose. Chinese origin. Viscose is produced from the pulp of a variety of regenerative plants such as soy, bamboo, and sugarcane. A TSN favourite, linen is a sustainable fibre derived from flax in an efficient, low-waste process. It softens with each wash and wear, but its natural strength means it has a long life if well cared for.
- Lining 100% Bemberg, milled in Japan. Bemberg is a high-quality fabric made from cotton husks and is a by-product of the cotton manufacturing industry. It is unique in that it is an organic material that is synthetically regenerated and spun. Anti-static, anti-cling, biodegradable and made from a renewable resource.
- Thigh length linen/viscose blend gingham blazer
- Welt pockets
- Sustainably sourced Oeko-Tex certified Japanese white rivershell buttons
- Centre seam at back
Designed and made in Auckland, New Zealand
Care: Dry clean only. Please select your dry cleaner carefully.
Model Natarsha is 5' 9" and usually wears a size 6 or 8 (NZ). She's wearing a size 8.
Rachel Easting and Anjali Burnett met at primary school. After studying art and fashion respectively the pair began working on small scale projects before launching their brand ‘twenty-seven names’. The label name is a homage to the list of 27 people who helped to get their label off the ground. Proudly made in New Zealand since its inception, the brand’s values lie in a commitment to sustainability, ethical production and supporting local industry, all this, while making some of the best prints and most stunning pieces in the business!