This is an interesting design, with the Anglozine Pause Windbreaker inspired by a jacket worn by Paul Weller in his Style Council days.
That jacket was the Demob check stripe anorak, which was famously worn in the Style Council’s Shout To The Top video.
The jacket here is by a new (and rather interesting) label going by the same of Anglozine, which has just released its first range of clothing. The first selection is made in the UK and Italy, all produced with top end materials and with a serious attention to detail. I’ll be talking more about Anglozine again soon.
This jacket is available in five colours and made In England using fabric from Halley Stevensons and with a Brisbane Moss cotton outer. There is a two-way outer patch pocket, two internal poachers pockets, zip front, made in Japan tonal cotton draw cords with transparent toggle and the check band on the front and sleeves.
Not cheap though. You will need to find £380 for one of these.
Find out more at the Anglozine website
Oh and although it isn’t the best quality, I’ve added a screengrab of Paul Weller wearing the jacket that inspired this from the Shout To The Top video below.
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