This product was designed here, on the île de la Cité in Paris. We then entrusted its manufacturing to a fashion workshop in Poland. This workshop, audited by our experts, puts emphasis on expertise and its transmission! Their oldest employee has been working there for 35 years and the most experienced employees train the newcomers to ensure the future! This factory was audited by Bureau Veritas.
Pantalone fluido in seersucker
Pantalone in seersucker color miele. Vestibilità morbida e fluida. Vita alta con cintura parzialmente staccata. Bottone oro inciso JP. Pince sul fronte, tasche ai lati.
- 73% cotone, 26% lino, 1% elastane
- Fodera: 100% cupro
- Made in Polonia
- Spedito su una gruccia Patou realizzata con materiali riciclati e riciclabili in una borsa porta abiti in cotone bio certificato GOTS.
- Ref: TR0050032104H
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The Patou Way
- Una confezione green
- Manifattura sostenibile
- Materiali Eco-compatibili
Know-how and expertise
A green Packaging
This is because at Patou we don’t choose between experience and responsibility, we have banned all unnecessary waste linked to packaging (no box in a box, no cascade of tissue paper). We have developed reusable packaging that will accompany you on your journeys or enhance your wardrobe. Your product will be delivered in a Patou drawstring pouch made of GOTS-certified organic cotton on a 100% recycled and recyclable innovative Patou hanger made from wood and recycled propylene. All the documents you will receive are printed on 100% recycled FSC-certified paper.
At Patou, being green is not only about communication; it is part of our daily life. Our offices have been furnished with recycled wood desks, hemp custom-made carpets, low consumption LED lightling. The Patou stationnery is made of 100% recylcled paper, we have chosen a bike messenger partner in Paris and we offset carbon emissions of our shippings by applying to DHL Go Green program.