The Gessica - Black

The Gessica - Black



We originally were thinking of launching with just boots, but we all wanted this jacket, so we had to make it. We sourced the highest quality, softest leather we could find for this timeless everyday moto jacket. 


  • Shell: 100% Italian lambskin
  • Viscose lining
  • Professionally clean
  • Asymmetrical zip closure
  • 3/4 length sleeves
  • Buckle detail at collar and hem
  • Handmade in Tuscany, Italy
  • Questions? Email

Fits true to size. The leather will soften and stretch a bit after the first couple of wears. 


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Also available in Caffe Lattè Suede- CLICK HERE


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We accept returns within 14 days upon receipt of goods on all sales for full priced products. 


All ARNO jackets are developed, hand-cut and sewn at our family owned factory in Empoli along the Arno River in Tuscany. Our tanneries and components all come from the same area. We are deeply grateful for our team of Makers, their unlimited passion and expertise that goes into every garment.  


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Meet the Maker: GESSICA

GESSICA, after whom we named this jacket, is the stylist and operations manager in our leather jacket factory and daughter to Renzo, the factory founder. Gessica grew up in the factory alongside her father, playing as a girl among the bolts of lining. The two generations, father and daughter, work seamlessly together cutting and sewing every piece by hand. Gessica also has an 8-year-old daughter, who plays in the factory just like Gessica did when she was young.

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The Craft: Leather tanning

The leather we use comes from family-owned tanneries in Castelfranco di Sotto and Santa Croce Sull’Arno, on the Arno River. We work with several tanneries in the area, each specialized over generations in a particular kind of leather and tanning process, where the owners greet you like an old friend and offer you an espresso (taken standing up, in true Italian style). Wherever possible, we use vegetable-tanned leather, which is a natural tanning process that doesn’t negatively impact the environment. Our leathers come exclusively from European animals that are part of the meat industry, where the leather is a by-product.