LÉA ECRU SHIRT

ALFA

An oversized and masculine cut, this is what characterizes the Léa shirt. Opt for this masculine-feminine style, easy to wear every day. A style that is both chic and relaxed.

Cotton and upcycled elastane (recovered and recycled material).

Care instructions: Wash at 30 ° and inside out. Drying in the open air. Don't twist. Gentle ironing and inside out. To know more
Take your usual size. The model measures 1m58 and wears a size S (Length: 62 cm).
This product is shipped by our partner brand.

The price of the delivery is unique, whatever the number of partners concerned: 6 € in France, Belgium and Luxembourg; 10 € for the rest of Europe.

Enjoy free delivery from 120 € of purchase in France, Belgium and Luxembourg. Returns are free within 14 days. To know more
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Maison Alfa is a ready-to-wear brand for women. The desire of Alice, the designer, is to offer a wardrobe made up of quality pieces, to be worn every day, and as accessible as possible. Favoring local know-how, proximity and people, the brand offers collections made exclusively in France. For fabrics, Maison Alfa is part of a circular economy approach with upcycling: fabrics intended to be discarded are recovered and recycled to be transformed into clothing. Thanks to this short circuit process, Maison Alfa's environmental impact is considerably reduced.

Composition

100% upcycled material

Upcycled materials promote the circular economy and reduce waste. Indeed, materials intended to be discarded are recovered, transformed and thus upgraded into products of higher utility (for example: fabric scraps, ends of rolls, etc.). This process considerably reduces the environmental impact linked to the production process, since no new material is created.
Production

MANUFACTURERS

Jennifer's independent workshop
Clermont-Ferrand, France

All Maison Alfa brand products are made in Jennifer's artisan workshop, located in Clermont-Ferrand, France. A freelance seamstress and self-employed entrepreneur from Lyon, Jennifer manages her workshop and her schedule herself. She is in charge of all the production stages of Maison Alfa products: from model making to clothing, including patronage and finishing. Jennifer and Alice, the creator of Maison Alfa, have a close relationship; they are in daily contact and see each other regularly at the workshop. Jennifer works in good conditions and is subject to French regulations.

Commitments
  • ico-eco-responsible
    Maison Alfa is part of an environmental approach and in this logic, has chosen to produce in very small quantities, even sometimes to order. This makes it possible to avoid overproduction and therefore to save resources due to the production of new products. The brand also manufactures in a short circuit: Alice, the designer, designates all the models herself. Each piece is then handcrafted in Jennifer's workshop, with whom Alice is in regular contact.
  • ico-local-manufacturing
    Since its creation in 2016, Maison Alfa has been enhancing French know-how. All the brand's products are made in limited series in a craft workshop in Clermont-Ferrand, France, near the designer. It is Jennifer, independent seamstress and self-entrepreneur, who takes care of the production of Maison Alfa parts.
  • ico-recycle
    In order to promote the circular economy and reduce waste, Maison Alfa has opted for upcycling: the brand recovers rolls of fabrics left behind and destined to be discarded. She revalues ​​them by using them to make the brand's clothes. This process considerably reduces the environmental impact linked to the production process, since no new material is created.

100% upcycled material

Upcycled materials promote the circular economy and reduce waste. Indeed, materials intended to be discarded are recovered, transformed and thus upgraded into products of higher utility (for example: fabric scraps, ends of rolls, etc.). This process considerably reduces the environmental impact linked to the production process, since no new material is created.

MANUFACTURERS

Jennifer's independent workshop
Clermont-Ferrand, France

All Maison Alfa brand products are made in Jennifer's artisan workshop, located in Clermont-Ferrand, France. A freelance seamstress and self-employed entrepreneur from Lyon, Jennifer manages her workshop and her schedule herself. She is in charge of all the production stages of Maison Alfa products: from model making to clothing, including patronage and finishing. Jennifer and Alice, the creator of Maison Alfa, have a close relationship; they are in daily contact and see each other regularly at the workshop. Jennifer works in good conditions and is subject to French regulations.

  • ico-eco-responsible
    Maison Alfa is part of an environmental approach and in this logic, has chosen to produce in very small quantities, even sometimes to order. This makes it possible to avoid overproduction and therefore to save resources due to the production of new products. The brand also manufactures in a short circuit: Alice, the designer, designates all the models herself. Each piece is then handcrafted in Jennifer's workshop, with whom Alice is in regular contact.
  • ico-local-manufacturing
    Since its creation in 2016, Maison Alfa has been enhancing French know-how. All the brand's products are made in limited series in a craft workshop in Clermont-Ferrand, France, near the designer. It is Jennifer, independent seamstress and self-entrepreneur, who takes care of the production of Maison Alfa parts.
  • ico-recycle
    In order to promote the circular economy and reduce waste, Maison Alfa has opted for upcycling: the brand recovers rolls of fabrics left behind and destined to be discarded. She revalues ​​them by using them to make the brand's clothes. This process considerably reduces the environmental impact linked to the production process, since no new material is created.