Beginning this January, we will offer the always elegant Milanese buttonhole as a finish on the lapel of our jackets.
Using a thick silk gimp, the raised buttonhole is a sign of craftsmanship as it can only be made by hand. It has a pliable but structured construction with a slightly glossy look. In fact, it is traditionally referred to in Italian as "asola lucida" which translates to "glossy buttonhole."
Noted sartorial savant Jeffery Diduch wonderfully explains the details in this post on his blog Tutto Fatto a Mano.
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