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Camilla Bloom

Camilla Bloom Saeber Jacket

Regular price
£470.00
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£470.00
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The Saeber jacket is a knitted outerwear piece in a loose fit. This jacket has a contrast black under-collar and vertical knitted welt pockets on the front.

The fabric is a mélange of indigo and black viscose cotton twisted together to 
create a diagonal ridged surface. A lighter shade of bespoke laser cut buttons fasten the front. It looks good paired as a suit with the Saeber trousers.

Details:

Composition 
- 53% viscose (FSC certified) 47% cotton - with bespoke laser cut light urea buttons made from potato starch, urea powder and recycled horn powder from horn button cutting.


Colour 
- Deep indigo mélange 


Care 
- Cool hand wash
- Do not hang; please fold to preserve the shape and measurements

Product Details

53% viscose (FSC certified), 47% cotton
Bespoke laser cut light urea buttons made from potato starch, urea powder and recycled horn powder from horn button cutting.

Care Instructions

Cool hand wash
Do not hang; please fold to preserve the shape and measurements
For more information please check the care label inside the garment

Sizing

About the brand

Camilla Bloom was founded in 2018 by Camilla Stolerman in East London. Camilla is not only a clothing designer, but a fabric designer, too. Camilla aims to nurture each design - an antithesis to the retail industry’s relentless hunger for ‘newness’ which she previously experienced in her design career.

Camilla Bloom is a prime example of how a new fashion industry could operate. Down to the tiniest details, such as repurposing yarns from sampling, to the garment construction itself - everything is done with the utmost care and consideration for the environmental impact it might have.

“I want my clothes to act as mood enhancers to customers - for them to feel like Camilla Bloom is a steady force that they can come back to.”