Jort Traveler Suit

If there’s anything our sartorial historian Jort Kelder hates, it’s a wrinkled knee pit or a messy crotch. Hence his new Traveler Suit. Up for wrinkle-free travel? Check!

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Meet Jort

Jort Kelder is a man who understands that style isn’t just about cutting nice clothes out of a bolt of fabric: it’s an appreciation of our culture, and our collective past. And from travel suits to blazers to a pair of plaid trousers, everything here bears the mark of history—the thinking man’s approach to fashion.

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It’s all in the Details

As befits a historian, Jort’s suits never overlook anything, big or small. All the particular details of fine Neapolitan suiting are here, featuring a full floating canvas construction, hand-pleated shoulders, and pants with side adjusters, suspender buttons, and real horn buttons throughout.

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Jort F. Kennedy?

The hopsack jacket was one Kennedy’s signature styles, favored by the president for its slimming lines and stay-cool fabric for weekends spent yachting in New England, and quickly became a mainstay of preppy Ivy style after that. Our version is a tip of the hat to that tradition, updated for 21st century regattas.

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Blazer de luxe

Double-breasted jackets have origins in peacoats and uniforms for naval officers. The style eventually made its way to the suits of ‘30s era Hollywood stars, all the way to our modernized, unlined blazer, loosely woven in lightweight Hopsack cotton from the 93-year-old mill of Larusmiani in Italy.

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Keep It Cool

Changing temps call for duds that can handle the climate. The Jort collection’s unlined jackets, patch pockets, and Larusmiani cotton-linen fabrics combine to make a paired jacket and trouser that will go from blazing afternoons to sunset evenings with sweat-free élan.

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The Cream of the Crop

The Jort collection’s shirts come in the king of thread count, pure Egyptian cotton, or mixed with French linen and sumptuous Sea Island cotton for the utmost endurance when temperatures rise. And all of them are woven by Thomas Mason, one of England’s foremost fabric mills since the 1750s. Hand-pleated shoulders and Mother of Pearl buttons complete this artisanal approach to shirting.

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