Private Jack White was a British war hero whose show of valor during World War I earned him the Victoria Cross. After his service, he became a pattern-cutting apprentice at a Manchester, England factory that he would later go on to own. Today, that same factory produces Private White's namesake collection, influenced by styles worn by the man himself and crafted with the highest quality possible from locally sourced materials. "Mufti," the term made popular in India for the type of civilian clothing worn by off-duty military men, was the inspiration behind this piece. The unlined double-breasted design is the perfect weight for summertime and is built to last with multiple bar-tacked (extra-stitched) pockets. For an added style note, the seams are finished with a red binding.