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Stephan Schneider

"Encyclopaedia" light-fill jacket in navy brushed cotton twill

$585.00
SKU SCHJAC033

A particularly refined take on the chore coat, we love all of the details here, most notably those dual-entry front pockets that are very architectural in design. The brushed cotton twill is a bit dusty in color and suits the vibe of this jacket perfectly.

  • 100% cotton with light fill through body
  • Chore coat style with open collar, button front with covered placket, two large dual-entry hip pockets and single zipped chest pocket
  • Lined front, unlined back and sleeves, single button cuffs
  • Dolman sleeves are raglan in the back with seam in the front
  • Made in Belgium
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SKU: SCHJAC033
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"When your textile is strong, you don't have to invent trousers with three legs."

--- Stephan Schneider

Stephan Schneider’s eponymous label is universally known for both creative, thoughtful design and incredible fabrics developed in-house. It’s that combination of elements that rewards this percipient designer’s patrons and keeps them coming back.


Born in Germany, Stephan graduated top of his class from the Royal Academy for Fine Arts in Antwerp in 1994, winning a prize for his final collection that allowed him to show it in Paris. Since then, the collections have been shown during Paris Fashion Week, while design and production remain squarely in Belgium.

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