Further proof that, at its best, bespoke can be a big (and beautiful) game comes with this singular take on a traditional hunting jacket that we made for a Japanese customer. It’s a single-breasted notch-lapel in grey herringbone Harris tweed, with a red Melton yoke that’s completely hand-attached. It’s based on a Norfolk jacket, mixed with elements from 40s-style game-bagging wear (the red or orange yokes helped mitigate against the possibility of being sprayed with buckshot by your trigger-happy fellows). We’ve also added four patch pockets with flaps (ample enough to accommodate a vanquished partridge or quail) and a red undercollar, along with fully hand-stitched sculpt facings. I think you’ll agree that we hit the bullseye with this one.