The history of the Perfecto begins in the year 1928 in America. He was born as a motorcycle jacket, since there was no specialist clothing yet. The Schott Perfecto became famous thanks to a myth of the Marlon Brando cinema and then to another star James Dean who was a great admirer of the leather nail. The Perfecto was later worn by many rockers, including the Ramones. Schott has collaborated with many brands including Supreme producing historical models. The Perfecto 118 is assembled with "Naked Cowhide" leather, the "naked cowhide" leather comes from a rather young bovine and the treatment does not include any covering coating, for this reason it is called "naked".