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Blazers

Styles

THE SIMPLEST AND
MOST ELEGANTLY DISCREET
GARMENT
 
 
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    BLAZER
    DRESS

    A longer alternative to the day to day coat, the BLAZER DRESS is available in both evening and day fabrics.
    BLAZER<br />
DRESS
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    EVERYDAY
    BLAZER

    The double-breasted version, a passe-partout in crisp fabrics: the EVERYDAY BLAZER. For a working woman who needs to be elegant but degagé at the same time, a versatile jacket to be worn from 9 am till happy hour. happy hour.
    EVERYDAY<br />
BLAZER
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    SPENCER
    BLAZER

    In vogue since ‘700, this shorter variaton is proposed in a classic double-breasted version. Using soft textiles such as velvet and devoré but also the more structured and waterproof loden.
    SPENCER<br />
BLAZER
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    MIDNIGHT
    SMOKING

    A declination of the black-tie or dinner jacket and made of elegant fabrics such as light wool cloths and quilted duchesses, perfect for any afternoon event.
    MIDNIGHT<br />
SMOKING
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    WEEKEND
    BLAZER

    The single-breasted version, the casual chic WEEKEND BLAZER, is a limited collection, manufactured in comfortable fabrics such as cachemires, linens, tweeds, raw silks... Suitable for a stroll in the country, a regatta or a drink at the club or at the pub.
    WEEKEND<br />
BLAZER
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    BLAZER
    ROBE

    Refined as a robe de chambre and a smoking jacket, this one-breasted belted blazer has a sexy and sophisticated allure, thanks to its silk-faille shawl lapels. It’s a perfect match for elegant occasions.
    BLAZER<br />
ROBE
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    COLONIAL
    BLAZER

    In the early Fifties, women fell in love with the safari jacket worn by Ava Gardner and Grace Kelly in John Ford's  “Mogambo”. Blaze' has reinterpreted this garment in heavier fabrics such as loden and 'raffia' while retaining its classic cut and safari style pockets.
    COLONIAL<br />
BLAZER
 

The story

Born in Britain in the early nineteenth century, the blazer is one of the oldest and most rigorous uniforms of all time, universally recognized as a chief symbol of elegance, but still easy to adapt according to the occasion.

In 1825, members of the Lady Margaret boating Club of the University of Cambridge, wore a scarlet-red single-breasted jacket, emblem of the club, hence the term blazer, referred to the bright fire-like color itself.

A second version of the birth of the term blazer narrates that, in 1837, the captain of the frigate HMS BLAZER, ship belonging to the Royal Navy, on the occasion of the royal visit by Queen Victoria, ordered for his crew a uniform suited to the event and hence came the name.

What was created was a blue double-breasted jacket with gold buttons depicting the coat of arms of the frigate. Since then, the blazer was adopted as the formal attire for sporting activities such as horseback riding, cricket, hunting, tennis and sailing.

In the years following the World Wars, in the fashion world there wavered a general fancy for a more masculine style, of which Gabrielle Chanel was no doubt the reference point taking possession of the blazer, but rearranging it to the feminine silhouette.

 
 

As our blazers are exclusive products, only 2 items are available per purchase.

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