Since its inception, Officine Générale has taken a borrowed-from-the-boys approach to its womenswear. The Paris label is new to FABRIC for SS19, bringing with it expert tailoring, and a little splash of that flirty Parisienne je ne sais quoi.
Since the 1920s, the Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VIII, became so enamoured of this cloth with its complex checks and houndstooth weave, that he lent his name to it. A classic pattern, used here in Italian virgin wool, with a wide, contemporary cut. In-seam pockets and tightening tabs on the waistband, whose construction has been borrowed from men's tailoring.
Straight trousers, slightly flared at the bottom of the leg. Pocket opening in the side seam. Tightening tab on the waistband. Zipped fly. Bottom of trousers finished with a 4.5 cm turn-up. Made in Portugal.
Colour: Black Ecru
Composition: 100% Italian Wool.
Sizing: This colour way runs small to size. We recommend choosing the next size up. Model is 5'10" and wears size 36.