A new energy to the jacket, a strongest male silhouette. Depending of the times, it changes. And the "raglan" seems the right way according to Giorgio Armani to change the way you conceive of the jacket. The raglan sleeve is named after the British General FJ Somerset Raglan who, in the mid-nineteenth century, adopted this type of sleeve to hide the mutilation of an arm. Rather large, attached to the "body" of coats stitched arranged in radius, starting from the base of the neck. Typical sleeve knitwear, difficult to apply to the skin and tissues. Re Giorgio says "It's not for men without shoulders, if they still exist. And anyway, for them there are always padding". A jacket that seems less formal, which narrows his eyes at the sporty.
Yours Cristina L