Cohérence’s founder, Kentaro Nakagomi, takes inspiration from the wardrobes of legendary artists, designers and historical personalities. For these highly researched models he goes to great lengths to find the perfect components, such as commissioning custom fabric for specific pieces. As one of the first places to stock Cohérence in the world, we developed a longstanding relationship and several exclusive pieces.The new “Sarrau” capsule collection of utility wear sources inspiration from those legendary artists which Cohérence has long adapted. The Kees chore jacket is inspired by the coat worn by Dutch-French painter Kees Van Dongen. This iconic double breasted front was popular in European workwear in the 1950’s. This jacket features added flexibility thanks to a dart by the armhole, a detail borrowed from vintage hunting jackets. Pair it with the Tino Army Fatigues to complete the look.Made in their exclusive selvedge yacht canvas, it has an incredibly compact feel all while maintaining breathability and water repellency. As with all Coherence garments it is made with a fine attention to detail with exceptional quality hardware.
Coherence outerwear is cut with an “A-line” silhouette, allowing the garment to fall away from the wearer at the skirt, creating an elegant effect.
The Kees Chore Jacket fits full and we suggest choosing your normal size or one down for the best fit.
- 100% Selvedge Cotton Canvas
- 8-button double breasted front
- Four front pockets
- Two internal pockets
- Selvedge detailing
- Made in Japan
- Style #: Kees