Master craftsman Nigel Cabourn has once again spun his magic and created a truly incredible piece of outerwear, the Cameraman Jacket.
Once again digging into a rich history of outerwear, this jacket takes inspiration from the original jacket that Wilfrid Noyce wore when scaling Mount Everest on photography expeditions, hence the apt title of Cameraman Jacket. This season sees Nigel recreate the original jacket in perfect detail using Macintosh on the top and Harris Tweed on the bottom. Bringing the jacket up-to-date, Nigel has had these specific colours and patterns of the materials made for him in order to add something new to the classic design.
These jackets stink of top quality with features such as US Military metal clasp closures on the top half of the jacket and nut buttons on the lower, the coiled cord detailing on the adjustable hood and the individual branding patches of both Macintosh and Harris Tweed on their respective materials.
Coming in very limited numbers and a price of £899, these are not jackets for people with shy wallets. You can get one now from End Clothing.