Charcoal Gray Brushed Cotton
Woven from Brushed Cotton this Charcoal Gray fabric is ideal for making the structured Jacket worn by Harrison Ford in the fifth film. While the screen used original was made from a suiting wool, this cotton alternative is a very, very close match. The color of this fabric is difficult to photograph because it can appear blue to gray depending on the lighting.
Often in film when cinematographers want the camera to read blue, costume and set designers will use the color gray because it can read a different shade through the lens. This was the case for Ford's jacket in the fifth film and for many years it was wrongly assumed that his jacket was navy blue, when in fact it was a deep gray.