Are you a badass who wears black leather and isn't afraid stomp around in a junkyard, but you also believe in a balanced universe and love sacred geometry?
Then this is your jacket!
This is a one-off jacket made by my own hands in Berlin, inspired by how diverse the colour black can be. I make post apocalyptic style costumes by request, and one way I achieve the perfect distressed look is by using recycled leather from sofas, or jackets. Then I save all my scraps. This jacket is made by upcycling the recycled, and carefully cutting it into hexagonal shapes. The effect of all the different shades of black together in sacred geometry is really something special.
> All of the metal components are silver coloured (zippers, buckles, rivets, rings, etc,,,)
> The inside fabric is an elegant Japanese fabric with Sayagata pattern print in purple and gold.
> The outside front pockets can be closed with a zipper to keep all your belongings safe inside. There are smaller pockets on the inside for objects no one else should touch.
>It closes with a nice chunky zipper, and has buttons to adjust how much you want to pop your collar.
>Not only is all the leather in this jacket recycled, but there is also many details made from recycled bike tire inner tubes.
To measure yourself for a custom jacket, gown or leather pants, please follow the following guides and email us the results either as a picture of your measurements handwritten on the downloadable image or typed directly as part of the email to firstname.lastname@example.org
also please send us photos of your front back and side , no face needed, and please hide the bits we use them internally to compare the chart to , to make sure there is no error.
Please note, we have slightly different measurements for female and male bodies.
We will adjust to fit the design you are ordering and leave room for layers under the jackets unless otherwise requested. For gowns, specify how tall your heels normally are as well. Measurements can be typed separately, or you can download, print and send us a picture of the completed form if you prefer.
Please don't hesitate to write us with any questions about this process.