Dressing gowns of velvet, silk, wool and cotton became popular in the 19th century, and the smoking jacket with quilted shawl collar soon evolved from the long dressing gown.
Worn in smoking lounges or in the study, these robes had mainly two functions: to protect a suit from tobacco smoke and keep warm, which is why they were mostly made in thick, smell-absorbing fabric. Dressing gowns and smoking jackets were often fashioned with quilted silk collar and cuffs for extra warmth and to "collect" the falling ash from cigars.
Navy Blue Heavy and Warm Quilted Silk Robe for Men
The robe is crafted from soft and thick silk with an understated floral velvet pattern in deep navy blue and dark grey. Contrasting gray hand-stitched quilting accentuates the classic shawl collar and turn-up cuffs.
Fully lined in a blue satin weave cotton and ensures outstanding warm year-round comfort. Price: 310,00 EUR
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