Protology is the study of first things. An archetype is the primal or typical example of a thing. The Protological Archetype range of garments are a series in which the garments are reduced to the bare essence of the item, representing each product category. There is a pant, a shirt, a coat, a jacket, a hoodie and so on....Each garment reduced to it's essential components and form the foundation from which other variants in different complexity or simplicity will follow.
This example of the concept, developed as LONG COAT and employs a new concept of cutting where the garment is reduced to the minimum seams necessary without compromising the fit or look of the product.
The collar of the coat is one piece and is cut onto the body, the shirt has no side seam or underarm seam, but the entire half body of the coat is cut into one piece and shaped by contoured darts at strategic locations on the body . The sleeve is a one piece constructed sleeve that retains all of the features of a traditional coat
The Coat has a single bag vent, is unlined and has two large front pockets. the hem of the coat is left unfinished but the fraying is limited with reinforced hem tape