The chore jacket. It gets its origins from the French workers who wore them in the early 1900’s. Made from stiff fabrics, with big pockets for their tools, it was perfect for working in. But these days you’re more likely to see a chore jacket worn by architects, artists, and designers. The style is an everyday staple for the creative class
Batch No.1 was made in four colours. Olive Green, Navy Blue, Black, and the iconic cobalt blue which we call Bill's Blue, in tribute to photographer Bill Cunningham, who never took off his blue jacket.