The Studio Sukajan is a staple at this point. Each year we get a new design, new colors, and a new story. These are very much a souvenir jacket in reference and in that, there's always a new variation. They're unique like every Souvenir Jacket was. They pop up, they disappear, and people are left waiting for the next one. D'Artisans reversible Sukajan is a work of extraordinarily individual and intricate embroideries on both sides of the jacket. This year we get a classic navy side, and a plum side that allows you to really "peacock" in the piece. The central theme of this year's jacket is the selvedge loom as the "Vehicle of God." On the navy side can see Indy, Clipper, and friends in kimonos carrying a shrine with the loom inside. The plum side is a little more vague, but features Clipper and Indy wearing wigs in what is meant to be a festival motif. This is really a bang for your buck souvenir jacket and done to Studio D'Artisan's strict standards.
- 100% Rayon Shell
- Fitted cuffs
- Ribbing at hem
- Raglan sleeve
- Polyester filling
- Piped smiley hand pockets
- Custom woven labels in pocket
- Made in China
A variance of +/-.5" is within tolerance.
Fit Notes: Most of our Japanese brands are considered to have a smaller fit than American brands. In this piece, Tommy is wearing a size 44 in pictures. In terms of length, this is the better fit overall than wearing a 42. The raglan-style sleeve allows for a bit more wiggle room. With a tucked-in tee and higher-waisted denim, you could probably wear your true size. But, for comfort's sake, you may want to size up once. That's what we choose to do. Tommy is 5'10," 170lbs with a 40" chest.