During the hot summer months in Australia, bushfires often ravage the landscape. Our native plants are engineered to thrive from this natural disaster, releasing their seeds and sprouting fresh vegetation for a chance at new life. What remains beyond this new life is enriching charcoal: a lightweight, black residue, consisting of carbon and any remaining ash, obtained by removing water and other volatile constituents from animal and vegetation substances.
The 'Coffee Charcoal Paperbark' Raw Silk Jacket is a grand adaptation of a dress jacket. The natural sheen of the charcoal silk elevates the luxury of the paperbark weave. The textile plays in the light and takes on extra superpowers with movement. It's the type of jacket that would see Bond through an evening in all the right ways.