Rover penny collar rip-stop jacket by Anglozine

Rover penny collar rip-stop jacket by Anglozine

Rover penny collar rip-stop jacket by Anglozine (image credit: Anglozine)

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I’ll do a wider feature on the returning label soon, but this Rover penny collar rip-stop jacket by Anglozine is a standout for me.

Rover penny collar rip-stop jacket by Anglozine

(image credit: Anglozine)

You are probably familiar with Anglozine. It’s a label I have featured in the past, with examples including the Jook zip cardigan, the Soleri knitted t-shirt, and the 1950s-style Tilson jacket, to name just a few.

Rover penny collar rip-stop jacket by Anglozine

(image credit: Anglozine)

All the designs have one thing in common. A modern piece from a contemporary designer, but with a nod back to past classics. It’s a winning formula and one I have missed while the label had a brief break this year. But now Anglozine is back – and doing more of the stuff it is loved for.

Rover penny collar rip-stop jacket by Anglozine

(image credit: Anglozine)

This jacket, for example. It is an eye-catching shade of blue and in the realm of a ‘coach jacket’ but with a little bit more about it. As ever, it’s all in the detail.

Rover penny collar rip-stop jacket by Anglozine

(image credit: Anglozine)

Made in London, the jacket has a penny collar, rip-stop nylon construction, a raglan sleeve, a curricular chest pocket, press stud fastening, a breathable vent at the back, a space-dyed drawcord hem with clear toggles, a large inside pocket and elasticated cuffs.

Rover penny collar rip-stop jacket by Anglozine

(image credit: Anglozine)

It’s also a solid performer for the autumn weather too, when you need to layer up and keep dry but don’t want to reach for the ‘big coat’.

All the sizes are available, and the price is £285. As I said, more on the new range soon.

Find out more at the Anglozine website

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