Oscar Jacobson’s Spring 2014

The Swedish winter has its charm, but despite this, we believe that there are many of us who yearn for spring and penniless. Once the sales have now begun to recede and spring products are just beginning to show up in the stores can be a good idea to plan their vårinköp. Our site had a chat with Mats Pettersson, one of the people who run the Oscar Jacobsson and with a main responsibility for the brand’s products and development. Mats unveiled this spring theme for OJ Man’s James Bond.

With James Bond as inspiration, they want to show off a collection of garments for the continental gentleman who always well dressed, whether he is on a tuxedo or dinner coming up out of the pool. Even if the styling does not look like Sean Connery in an early Bond film so permeates the idea of ​​James Bond entire collection. The agent was a British patriot in the same way as Oscar Jacobson cares about its Swedish heritage and a patriotic attitude to the classic Scandinavian fashion. The agent has Q as aides and become of him fitted with a range of technological products. Oscar Jacobson want this to highlight their technical outerwear and produced in fabric from Loro Pianas Storm System. These technical fabrics enables them to produce classic and tailored outerwear in good fit with the sportjackans technical and practical properties.

Speaking of product available in the spring collection even a blazer in the world’s thinnest kashmirtyg, weighs only 160 grams / m. This will make it extremely easy and comfortable to wear even in the summer half warmer months. Although this fabric comes from the Italian Loro Piana.

The collection they go even against a slightly more classic cut. We can among others see little wider strikes again which is welcome. The color scheme consists of very basic colors, where gray is perhaps the most common.