WHYRED BLAZER MOON
- • Whyred classic two-button down blazer.
- • Regular/slim fit.
- • Notched lapel.
- • Single breasted, two button closure.
- • Interior pocket.
- • Match with Keith trousers.
- • Do not hand or machine wash.
- • Dry cleaning recommended.
- • Made in Portugal.
MOON BLAZER & KEITH TROUSERS – THE PERFECT MOD SUIT
Simple in its details and sharply cut the Whyred mod suit expresses a look that ear the distinct marks och the Whyred design. Not mindlessly reproducing the mid 60’s mod suit, we can trace its slim fit silhouette and two button jacket of this mod suit. We find it in the youth subcultures like the British teddyboys and rockers. And also to the music of Elvis Presley and Charlie Feathers, in order to reinvent it.
The Whyred mod suit defines a smart, urban style. Worn street wisely it is used both as a shield and a tool of seduction. Alain Delon’s lonely contract killer in Jean-Pierre Melville’s “Le Samouraï” from 1966 is a perfect example of this. Untouchable, contained and immaculately dressed in a dark grey mod suit Delon’s character is a man totally immersed in his own world.
As a staple wear of the Whyred Heroes wardrobe this is a signature look that embodies the Whyred values of aesthetics, tradition and invention.
The Heroes wardrobe expresses the essence and style of Whyred. You will always find these classics in your Whyred store. Consisting of non-seasonal garments, the wardrobe may change material and be modified but their origin and source of inspiration is always evident.
Rooted in military aesthetics, the Beatnik movement of the 50’s and British mod culture, each Heroes garment has a solid history. Nevertheless, they have a specific significance for us that goes beyond mere history. They are a quite private part of our perception of what fashion should be about and stand for. The images we carry within us and without which Whyred would not be what it is.
But most important of all, these garments have made a indelible impression on us thanks to the people that first introduced them to the world. They are our true heroes: musicians, actors, and strong personalities from different generations that have imbued the garments with meaning and sexiness by being who they are. They personify and define the timeless garments that we call Heroes.