De Bonne Facture

Written by: Christopher



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french contemporary workwear

De Bonne Facture takes its name from the same French expression, which describes a way of doing things well. It’s an expression that can be used for a poem as well as for a piece of clothing. It’s a way of saying that design is inseparable from craft and that they are bound together in the quality of the garment. Through this expression, the brand creates timeless pieces with a modern touch.

In this week’s look, the model is wearing a tonal look using De Bonne Facture’s Maquignon jacket and Balloon trousers, both crafted from an undyed cotton drill fabric resulting in a great drape and durability. Furthermore, the jacket and trousers are combined with a grey-beige chunky rollneck from Inis Meain, knitted from a wool cashmere blend, and a pair of unlined boots in Cammello beige from Astorflex.

De Bonne Facture Undyed Maquignon Jacket Weekly Look