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Steel Blue

Steel Blue

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Regular price €245,00 EUR
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  • Limited series Available in a very limited edition: each piece is numbered
  • Free delivery Delivery and returns are free, don't hesitate to treat yourself to a piece.
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  • Upcycled Fabrics Each piece is made from forgotten fabrics from major fashion houses
  • Made in Europe Made in France and Europe
A historical archive made in Shetland for the most creative French designer of his generation!

This 100% Shetland wool canvas, woven in Scotland, was originally produced for one of the first of the designer's latest fashion shows.

Dior's first couturier, this designer decided to create his own label a few years later.
With his elegant and futuristic label, Pierre makes a lasting impression. He even became the first couturier to enter the Academy of Fine Arts.

A blue with shades of steel gray, in a well-structured wool to go with everything!

Limited edition of 14 copies!
Made in Paris in our Arts-et-Métiers workshop
100% Wool

- Three patch pockets and one interior pocket
- Mixed straight cut
- Made in France

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Moderate dry cleaning at the dry cleaners once a year.

Do not hesitate to make it clear to your dry cleaner that washing must be moderate and without water and that your item must be placed in a net .

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Delivery delay

4 days

Shipping cost

Delivery costs are free for all orders in Metropolitan France.

Return policy

If your new blue does not suit you, you have 15 days from the date of receipt of your order to return your item. Please note, if your Blue is personalized, it will not be returned or exchanged.

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If you still have any questions, you can contact us by email at hello@soubacq.com.

To wear with everything!

Originally worn by French workers in the late 19th century, it began as a purely functional garment.

A jacket that you can layer with an Oxford shirt, a t-shirt, or even a merino sweater... A chino will match perfectly with your jacket, but you can also opt for a more traditional outfit: a work jacket with Selvedge jeans for a “workwear” style.

This work jacket can also replace your blazers or suit. To wear on any occasion, its straight cut ensures comfort and freedom of movement.