Reversible Trench, Midnight Blue (limited production)
A lightweight, water-resistant trench coat. Custom made-to-measure for every client. Total make time is 3-6 weeks.
To ensure originality and authenticity, every trench coat is hand-signed by the Installation artist in UV ink on the interior breast pocket.
Shown here in 'The Unresolved Chord.'
Available linings: 'The Unresolved Chord;' 'Alchemy;' 'The Wall'.
After placing your order, you will be contacted by a Dress Abstract concierge to ask your lining choice and to confirm your measurements.
- Wide notch lapel
- Double-breasted button closure
- Faux button flap closure front pockets
- Adjustable buckle closure cuffs
- Adjustable and removable tonal belt
- Padded shoulders and epaulets
- Storm flaps
- Back vent
- Custom made-to-measure for every client
Fabric & Care
- Lightweight, Water Resistant
- Shell: 95% cotton / 5% polyester
- Lining: silky faille
- Dry clean only
Made in Washington, D.C., USA.
This product is part of Installation I, featuring the works of Nima Veiseh, a contemporary painter based in Washington DC.
ABOUT THE PAINTINGS INCORPORATED INTO THIS PIECE:
"The Unresolved Chord is a deconstructed abstraction of what the artist hears when a guitar chord or progression is played. To provide a small background on musical theory, chords have progressions that move like a loop in steps. As each of my paintings are the recomposition of many layers, like a chord that is unresolved or has not completed its loop, each of the 20 layers in this painting only incompletely around the canvas, then stop. When you look at the piece, your eye subconsciously catches the next layer, and your eye continues around the entirety of the piece, providing a powerful continuity in movement and texture. This 200-year old phenomena used in music is an example of what I have abstracted to your eyes, in order to give the observer a multi-sensory experience that transcends the visual and taps into deeper layers of our mind."
"Alchemy is an abstract piece about the change of darkness to light, lead to gold, the processes that power us through the transitions of our lives. The painting belongs with a collector in New York City, USA."