Santillo 1970

Beige Dino Flannel Safari Jacket

$ 775

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  • Product Notes

    It's the intricate details that set this Santillo 1970 jacket apart from the rest – the subtle storm flap doubles as a slight yoke, the discreet bellows pockets add a military edge, while the epaulets give the wearer an exaggerated shoulder. Crafted from flannel, which is made exclusively for the Italian brand, this piece can be worn on its own or as a lightweight jacket. The main point of difference, however, is in the armhole, which is restitched after the sides have been sewn to achieve softness and strength at the most vulnerable part of the garment. To top if off, the Australian mother of pearl buttons are sewn on by hand.


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  • Materials and Care Notes

    Made in Italy


    95% Cotton Flannel, 5% Cashmere.


    1 Button Cuff Style.

  • Delivery & returns

    This product is in Italy. It will be dispatched in 8-10 working day(s).


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The Story

Like many of the best clothing houses, Santillo 1970 is the antithesis of fast fashion, largely shunning machines in favour of hand-cutting, sewing and finishing. That's how it's always been done, too; Angela Lemma founded the brand in Calabria in 1968 on those principles, passing the company down through the family in order to preserve the techniques and not compromise on quality. Now based in Catanzaro, Lemma's children and a select number of skilled artisans work on Santillo 1970, creating shirts that range from formalwear to casual polos, often inspired by the brand's rich archive. The signature feature of a Santillo shirt is the "punto a barchetta", a technique which involves restitching the armhole after the sides have been sewn to reinforce and add softness to the most vulnerable part of the shirt.



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