Eisenhower Jacket by @ambroidering
- Length: Regular
- Size: XL
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In a creation that makes the heart visible, each meticulously hand-beaded design includes a heart and circulatory system adorning the Eisenhower jacket's front surface. An appliqué full-size heart closes like a placket over the front zipper. Individually embroidered and painted veins and arteries flow along the chest and arms in a vibrant expression of Dickies colors and the human spirit. "Ultimately, I felt like the center of each of us is our heart. Both physically and emotionally, as something that physically powers us, but also the love that motivates us," says Maker Amber Griffiths of her design.
- LIMITED EDITION!
- Hand-beaded and appliquéd with three-dimensional heart and arteries design
- Appliqué heart forms a placket closure over the front zipper
- Unlined style, easy to layer
- Front welt pockets; pencil pocket on sleeve
- Zip front with durable brass zipper
- Adjustable tabs at waistband
- Twill, 65% Polyester/35% Cotton, exclusive of decoration
- Hand wash cold water. Do not dry clean. Do not bleach. Do not iron. Lay flat to dry.
Making things has always made Amber Griffiths happy. But ever since she started stitching as a costume design student, she’s also used her designs to explore how beautiful—and how weird—our bodies can be. “I’ve got a number of medical conditions,” she says. “So I’ve funneled the experiences I’ve had with my body into my work. Being a maker means I can begin to understand myself in every way possible, which is quite a beautiful thing.”