The Tasman Sea is situated between Australia and New Zealand, and is informally (and affectionately) referred to as 'The Ditch' by Kiwis and Aussies alike. The sea was named after the Dutch explorer Abel Janszoon Tasman, who was the first recorded European to encounter New Zealand and Tasmania. It is a wild stretch of water, often thrashed by extreme and unpredictable weather, but it is always a thing of beauty.
Drawing upon this untamed force for inspiration, the 'Tasman Whitecaps' Raw Silk Jacket is a delicate blend of pale aqua, grey and cream silk in a plain weave, creating an elegant interpretation of the white caps that often pepper the surface of the Tasman Sea. Effortlessly stylish, this jacket can be worn both formally and casually.
100% Handwoven Raw Silk Jacket
Fabric #: 1773