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Named after Lagos’ breathtaking island—known for upscale eatieries and a thriving art scene—our Ikoyi blazer jacket offers an elevated sensibility.
Its impactful stripes were inspired by the Greater Refuge Church of Harlem. To us, these stripes represent a space that allows us to dream, to be seen and to simply be.
This blazer was crafted from 100% cotton funtua—Nigeria's local base cloth.
All Post-Imperial styles are designed for longevity. Please intend to wear them as often as possible.
- Notched lapels.
- Braided locker loop at neck.
- Lined sleeves.
- Single button closure.
- Patch pockets.
- Unconstructed, single-breasted style.
- Bar stripe pattern.
- 100% cotton funtua.
- Dry clean.
- Hand-dyed in Nigeria.
- Made in Morocco.
- Colors may vary slightly due to the nature of the adire dyeing process. For that reason, Post-Imperial styles are truly one of a kind.