Cette veste Savoie ajutée est éditée dans un jersey à côte effet grain-de-riz. Le jersey est une maille fine tricotée originellement à partir de laine, comme celui-ci. Le résultat, très légèrement ajouré, est un poids de mi saison qui permet des effets de matière intéressants. Ici, un motif grain-de-riz en relief qui ressemble à la côte d’un velours horizontal. Sa couleur « pinot noir » se détache sur un fond noir.  Un tissu de choix pour les amateurs de noir qui souhaitent se diversifier !
grain-of-rice effect ribbed jersey slim nehru-collar savoie jacket
grain-of-rice effect ribbed jersey slim nehru-collar savoie jacket
Cette veste Savoie ajutée est éditée dans un jersey à côte effet grain-de-riz. Le jersey est une maille fine tricotée originellement à partir de laine, comme celui-ci. Le résultat, très légèrement ajouré, est un poids de mi saison qui permet des effets de matière intéressants. Ici, un motif grain-de-riz en relief qui ressemble à la côte d’un velours horizontal. Sa couleur « pinot noir » se détache sur un fond noir.  Un tissu de choix pour les amateurs de noir qui souhaitent se diversifier !
grain-of-rice effect ribbed jersey slim nehru-collar savoie jacket
grain-of-rice effect ribbed jersey slim nehru-collar savoie jacket

grain-of-rice effect ribbed jersey slim nehru-collar savoie jacket

grain-of-rice effect ribbed jersey slim nehru-collar savoie jacket

JRY/VTS/BDX/ZNN-46

Regular price 435 € Sale price 305 €
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Only 2 items in stock!
  • Nehru-collar Savoie jacket
  • Lined with cotton
  • Straight, slightly slim cut
  • Three patch outside pockets
  • Four inside zipped pockets
  • Back pleat
  • Back length size 46: 75 cm
  • 100% wool composition


The delivery time is 48 hours to 5 days for shipments to France, 5 to 10 days for shipments to Europe and 7 to 21 days for other countries.


You have a period of 14 working days after receiving the package to return the products if you are not satisfied with it or if you have changed your mind.


By hollington, the garments are delivered unfinished (jacket sleeves and pants hems). The costs generated by the fitting will be at your expense. The setting to lengths can in no case be organized by email or by phone. However, if you choose the "store pick-up" option, you will be offered the fitting to your own measurements (excluding sales periods) – and we will even offer you (good) coffee!

  • Dry cleaning only 
the fabric

This jacket is made of grain-of-rice effect ribbed jersey. Jersey is a fine knit originally made from wool, like this one. The result, very slightly openwork, is a mid-season weight which allows interesting material effects. Here, an embossed grain-of-rice pattern that resembles the rib of a horizontal corduroy. Its “pinot noir” colour stands out against a black background. A fabric of choice for black-only enthusiasts wanting to diversify!

the cut

In case you don’t know hollington’s nehru-collar jacket, just try it on and you will not be able to go without it anymore. Patric Hollington designed it shortly after he opened his first store in 1974 and it soon became one of the brand’s iconic pieces.

At first, its cut was straight. But many of you expressed a desire for a slightly slimmer fit. Patric modified the cut, still keeping it comfortable by adding a back pleat that allows you a great freedom of movement.

Being detail-oriented, maybe you did notice that its buttons are made in a natural material. They are made either of horn or of corozo, a natural ivory that is actually palm fruit albumen.

Inside is a zipped chest pocket large enough to contain your wallet. Outside, three patch pockets are maintained by topstitched seams.

Hollington favours double, symmetrical seams to underline the architectural structure of the garment.

Inside are two pen pockets and four zipped pockets to slide your favourite items.

Its collar, now called ‘mao collar’ to make it standard, was first named ‘nehru collar’ by Patric Hollington. A nehru collar goes slightly higher on the neck than a mao collar – this is the key of its increased elegance. 

Are you not very familiar with the name of Jawaharlal Nehru? He is best know under the name ‘Pandit’ Nehru and was one of the figureheads of India’s fight for independence, opening the way to a secular and modern state. If you look at pictures of him, you will see that he wore shirts and jackets which collars resemble hollington’s.