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As part of the official uniform of the New Normal, Todd wanted a hybrid between a chore jacket and a tailored blazer. The result is The Studio Coat. The silhouette is inspired by a vintage style of workwear once worn by artists and craftspeople when they changed out of their street clothes and arrived at their ateliers. From that humble starting point, our design team added several refined details: open patch pockets, button cuffs, and a three-into-two button stance that allows the wearer to choose between wearing the lapel up and closed like a piece of outerwear or more like a traditional two-button blazer. Adding a touch of polish to the proceedings is the elegant Glen Plaid fabric that is imported from Italy’s Subalpino mill. The finish is slightly washed, so this gentlemanly tailoring fabric actually looks like it has gotten its hands dirty. The Studio Coat can hang with everything from a t-shirt to a dress shirt and tie. So if you had to throw one easygoing jacket in your bag for a weekend escape, make it the Studio Coat.