CLAUDE JACKET

Antagony

The Claude suit jacket adopts a structured and graphic design. Made from a flowing woolen cloth, this piece is ideal to be worn as an upper piece in mid-season, and serves as a compromise for coats too warm for balmy autumns.
70% Wool - 30% Polyamide. 100% Cotton body lining. Sleeve lining 100% Polyester To know more
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Antagony is a unisex ready-to-wear brand made in France. The universe of the brand is part of a minimalist spirit, resolutely neoclassical and unique. Sensitive to slow-fashion, the designer thinks of the models in each collection as a set of pieces that can constitute, by themselves, a wardrobe of timeless revisited suitable for both men and women. All the pieces are made in France, in a workshop located in the Paris region which promotes reintegration by learning to sew. The creations are made in limited series mainly from fabrics from end of series designers, thus promoting upcycling.

Composition

70% Wool

Wool is a natural and renewable fiber of animal origin. It is a material that offers many natural characteristics and advantages: it is biodegradable, thermoregulatory and anti-bacterial.

30% Polyamide

Polyamide is a thermoplastic synthetic material which has low density and high thermal stability.
Production

MANUFACTURERS

Jean-Luc François Association
Ile-de-France, France

From the choice of materials to production, everything is done in France, in Paris. Antagony brand products are produced in limited series in Île-de-France, by the Jean-Luc François association. Created in 2010 in the 93, this association aims to make the fashion professions accessible to all through awareness-raising actions and the implementation of professional training. Wishing to promote reintegration through training in sewing trades, the Jean-Luc François association wishes to help people away from employment to develop their skills. The company has real social and environmental commitments and produces in limited series or sometimes even to order, thus considerably limiting the use of new resources and therefore the environmental impact.

Certifications

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards)

The GOTS label guarantees an ecological and socially responsible production method, which applies high quality requirements. This label indicates that the textile fibers come from organic farming, and that there are no toxic or carcinogenic substances.

OEKO-TEX®

The OEKO-TEX® label certifies the non-toxicity of textiles and dyes, and the total absence of substances harmful to health. Also guarantees compliance with safety standards throughout the production process.
Commitments
  • ico-eco-responsible
    Antagony is part of an environmental approach and in this logic, has chosen to produce in very limited series. This avoids overproduction and therefore saves resources due to the production of new products. The brand has also made the choice of proximity in order to considerably reduce its carbon footprint. Indeed, all stages of creation and production are carried out in Paris and in the Paris region. Finally, for its designs, Antagony uses digital printing certified OEKO-TEX 100, a benchmark label in terms of health safety that certifies products without chemical substances.
  • ico-local-manufacturing
    From the choice of materials to production, everything is done in Paris and Ile-de-France. Antagony brand products are manufactured in France, in the Paris region in the 93, within the Jean-Luc François association which promotes professional reintegration by working with people remote from employment who are trained in the professions of the tailoring and fashion. Created in 2010, this association specializes in making limited-edition clothing and thus shares one of Antagony's fundamental values ​​for slow fashion: "consume less but better".
  • ico-recycle
    The materials used for the manufacture of Antagony products are ecological: they are natural or upcycled. For this second case, Mylène, the designer and stylist, selects rolls of fabrics from the stock of Luxury Houses and major designers, which are abandoned and generally intended to be discarded. In order to promote the circular economy and reduce waste, Mylène recovers these rolls and recovers them to make certain clothes of her brand. This process considerably reduces the environmental impact linked to the production process, since no new material is created.
  • Natural
    The materials used for the manufacture of Antagony products are ecological: they are natural or upcycled. The first case mainly concerns the brand's t-shirts and sweatshirts which are made from cotton.

70% Wool

Wool is a natural and renewable fiber of animal origin. It is a material that offers many natural characteristics and advantages: it is biodegradable, thermoregulatory and anti-bacterial.

30% Polyamide

Polyamide is a thermoplastic synthetic material which has low density and high thermal stability.

MANUFACTURERS

Jean-Luc François Association
Ile-de-France, France

From the choice of materials to production, everything is done in France, in Paris. Antagony brand products are produced in limited series in Île-de-France, by the Jean-Luc François association. Created in 2010 in the 93, this association aims to make the fashion professions accessible to all through awareness-raising actions and the implementation of professional training. Wishing to promote reintegration through training in sewing trades, the Jean-Luc François association wishes to help people away from employment to develop their skills. The company has real social and environmental commitments and produces in limited series or sometimes even to order, thus considerably limiting the use of new resources and therefore the environmental impact.

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards)

The GOTS label guarantees an ecological and socially responsible production method, which applies high quality requirements. This label indicates that the textile fibers come from organic farming, and that there are no toxic or carcinogenic substances.

OEKO-TEX®

The OEKO-TEX® label certifies the non-toxicity of textiles and dyes, and the total absence of substances harmful to health. Also guarantees compliance with safety standards throughout the production process.
  • ico-eco-responsible
    Antagony is part of an environmental approach and in this logic, has chosen to produce in very limited series. This avoids overproduction and therefore saves resources due to the production of new products. The brand has also made the choice of proximity in order to considerably reduce its carbon footprint. Indeed, all stages of creation and production are carried out in Paris and in the Paris region. Finally, for its designs, Antagony uses digital printing certified OEKO-TEX 100, a benchmark label in terms of health safety that certifies products without chemical substances.
  • ico-local-manufacturing
    From the choice of materials to production, everything is done in Paris and Ile-de-France. Antagony brand products are manufactured in France, in the Paris region in the 93, within the Jean-Luc François association which promotes professional reintegration by working with people remote from employment who are trained in the professions of the tailoring and fashion. Created in 2010, this association specializes in making limited-edition clothing and thus shares one of Antagony's fundamental values ​​for slow fashion: "consume less but better".
  • ico-recycle
    The materials used for the manufacture of Antagony products are ecological: they are natural or upcycled. For this second case, Mylène, the designer and stylist, selects rolls of fabrics from the stock of Luxury Houses and major designers, which are abandoned and generally intended to be discarded. In order to promote the circular economy and reduce waste, Mylène recovers these rolls and recovers them to make certain clothes of her brand. This process considerably reduces the environmental impact linked to the production process, since no new material is created.
  • Natural
    The materials used for the manufacture of Antagony products are ecological: they are natural or upcycled. The first case mainly concerns the brand's t-shirts and sweatshirts which are made from cotton.