The Prince of Wales check designed for Edward VII and made famous by Edward VIII, has long been the design of choice for the sophisticated dresser. This version has been created in wool and cotton in a jersey construction to afford the wearer maximum comfort and ease-of-movement.
The bespoke tailoring – inspired, Signature cut of Alexander Kraft Monte Carlo boasts a medium width notch lapel, Southern Italian Barchetta-shaped patch pockets (inspired by Neapolitan bespoke tailoring) and side vents. The Savile Row – inspired silhouette combines a strikingly elegant appearance with maximum comfort thanks to high armholes, roped shoulders, a delicately shaped chest and a nipped-in waist. Other bespoke touches include real horn buttons, working cuffs and a flower loop (a silk thread attached on the underside of the lapel to accommodate a boutonniere). The jacket features a half-canvas construction with a partial lining for a perfect combination of artisanship, lightness and comfort.
Wear this fine piece of a tailoring layered with cashmere knitwear, chambray shirts and cotton trousers for perfect transitional dressing.
|AK MC SB models (signature/provence)|
|CENTRE BACK LENGTH||73,7||74,7||75,7||76,7||78,7||79,7|
|SLEEVES-CROWN TO CUFF||63||64||65||66||67||68|
|HALF CHEST (2.5cm DOWN)||49,3||51,3||53,3||55,3||57,3||59,3|
|HALF WAIST (19cm down)||46,3||48,3||50,3||52,3||54,3||56,3|