Burgus Plus is one of the cult Japanese labels that is clearly inspired by garments of the past but merges those influences with genius modern styling. You can be confident these guys have taken a deep dive into the best vintage pieces and extracted all those mind-blowing details that we’ve come to love and applied them to something charmingly contemporary.
Take this tongue in cheek piece they’ve recently offered up. A French-inspired utilitarian coverall, leopard print on one side, tiger stripe on the other. It’s not for everyone, but those that brave this 9-lives coverall will reap its eccentric benefits.
Aside from its spicy patterns, it’s a relatively tame beast. Made from 100% cotton herringbone twill, it’s a lightweight piece which you will perform year-round as a light jacket or layer, which features a button closure, two patch pockets at the hip, and singular chest pocket.
Available for $310 at Clutch Cafe