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PATCHWORK HANDWOVEN BOMBER JACKET

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The patchwork bomber jacket is the epitome of military construction and a dystopian design aesthetic. The garment is an exploration of chaos and destruction, and the subsequent synergy of life and death. Certain elements within the garment are also inspired by "Mad Max". The piece is constructed from handwoven acrylic yarn in a hue of chocolate brown and boasts an oversized fit with various handwoven patches and screen printed elements. One of the prints on the back reads "waqt ki garhi rukgayi hai" in Urdu which translates to - "Our time has now come to an end". This collection serves as a precursor to Rastah's much anticipated volume 7 which is set to launch in March.

 

  • slightly oversized fit 
  • handwoven acrylic fabric
  • handwoven digitally printed patches and screen printed elements
  • Washing/Handling: Hand wash with cold water inside out & hang to dry
  • Male Model: 5'10 and 150 lbs wearing: Medium | Female Model: 5'10 and 105 lbs wearing small



*This is a limited edition item. No restocks*

*This piece will be launching on the 13th of February at 1pm EST/11pm PAK time*

"Rastah is an up-and-coming streetwear label committed to sustainability while supporting its local artisans for all of its designs"

– HYPEBAE

"There’s also a new streetwear label out of Pakistan who is also championing South Asian culture and its pieces are just downright cool, too."

– VOGUE

“Rastah is a streetwear label from Pakistan that prides itself in the country’s heritage, applying traditional patterns and construction methods and giving them a more modern spin for today’s more casual clothing designs.”

– HYPEBEAST

“Rastah is a Pakistani fashion label which is swiftly beginning to carve its very own, gritty niche in the global streetwear industry.”

– FORBES

“Rastah is pioneering the harmony of traditional and contemporary design from South Asia”

– VICE

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