Mother of Pearl Tencel™ Double Breasted Blazer, Camel
Beautifully tailored, this blazer from Mother of Pearl drapes elegantly over your shoulders in Tencel™ lyocell, made from sustainable wood pulp and produced through an environmentally responsible closed-loop fibre process. This single-breasted smart layer is detailed with gorgeous but understated pearl buttons on the front fastening, with classic lapels and flap pockets, adding a subtle 70s-inspired touch to match the relaxed fit. Wear with the coordinated tapered trousers or use it to smarten up tees and jeans for effortless smart-casual. This beautiful piece is made using Tencel™ which actually uses wood fibres as its raw material. All the wood used comes from sustainably managed forests and is reduced to pulp in a biorefinery which operates to highly environmentally-friendly standards. The pulp is turned into fibre using a unique system which uses water and solvent to spin raw material into gorgeous, delicate fibre. Plus, all Tencel™ fibres have been certified as biodegradable and compostable so they can fully revert back to nature one day. With a passion for protecting the planet, sustainable fashion specialist Amy Powney is the sustainability columnist for British Vogue and the creative director of London-based label Mother of Pearl, one of the UK’s leading sustainable fashion brands. With a collection that offers serious fashion, not to be worn too seriously, we teamed up with Amy to design the most sustainable fashion range at John Lewis & Partners, creating a collection of luxurious, wearable pieces made ethically and sustainably with fibres like organic cotton and Tencel™. A designer collaboration with a difference, it’s a beautiful blend of Mother of Pearl’s design aesthetic and sourcing quality, and the first time the brand will be available on the British high street; here to show you that shopping sustainably doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on style. Designed to be cherished, everything in this collection is classic; there’s nothing you’d buy now and never wear again. From striped polka-dot shirting to fluid tailoring, slip skirts and cropped jeans, every piece is seasonless. We’re pleased to let you know that you can now recycle your unwanted John Lewis & Partners clothing hangers in any of our stores. Please see Hanger Recycle Project for further details. We’re pleased to let you know that you can now recycle your unwanted clothing hangers in any of our John Lewis & Partners stores.