For many, 3sixteen is synonymous with high-end workwear (denim especially) or Japanese ceramics stemming from the traditional tea ceremony. The brand has grown to stand out in the fashion panorama with its meticulous and codified aesthetics. This uniqueness is what attracted Schott, the brand that originated the leather perfecto in 1928. For the fifth time, Schott asked 3sixteen to give a new interpretation of this iconic piece of clothing. Le challenge has remained the same: how to revisit the perfecto without harming its essence? This new version is refined, striped down with grained leather that brings a new lightness. The cut is sharp, and the details are on point: the angled chest pocket is here as a hint to the perfectos designed during the War. At the time, the diagonal pockets were added by the Army to provide quick access to a hidden handgun – just in case.