Third-generation furrier Yves Salomon inherited a family business with roots in Siberia and the fur trade of early 1900s Saint Petersburg. By the 1960s, the Paris-based atelier was famed for its exquisite craftsmanship and trendsetting partnerships with couture houses including Revillon and Dior. Today, the house of Yves Salomon works with over 100 types of fur and is known for its continued technical innovations. Army, a line of military-inspired outerwear, incorporates their signature furs into utilitarian jackets and parkas.
A long sleeve down-filled cotton and nylon-blend twill coat in black. Detachable hood with zippered fastening and detachable fox fur trim with button fastening at funnel neck collar. Concealed zip closure with Velcro placket. Flap pockets at chest and waist. Drawstring at waist. Velcro tabs at cuffs. Tonal quilted taffeta removeable lining which can be worn on it's own as a shell when desired. Gunmetal-tone hardware. Made in France.
Trim: 100% fox fur. Fill 1: 90% duck down, 10% feather.
Body: 71% cotton, 29% polyamide. Fill 2: 100% polyester. Lining: 100% polyamide.
Sizing: Fits true to size. Model is 5'9.5" and wears size 36.