The Tropical Wool Suit Pleated || Navy | Tropical Wool | The Tropical Wool Suit Pleated || Navy | Tropical Wool |

The Tropical Wool Suit Pleated

tropical wool

€508

Color - Navy

Limited

No padding, no lining, no bulkiness. Turning the restrictive traditional jacket into a comfortable everyday essential, our 24 Blazer is made with the same regenerative cotton as our 24s, making them the perfect duo to build a casual lightweight suit. 

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Shirts in several styles.

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The Easy Shirt || Navy | Organic Cotton

The Easy Shirt

€129

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Innovation

Regenerative Cotton

L’Estrange made a massive commitment in 2023 and switched to regeneratively farmed cotton for our 24 Trouser and overshirts. We partnered with Scheffer, one of Brazil's largest farms, that transitioned their entire cotton crop to regenerative practices certified under the RegenAgri standard. Scheffer practices zero-till and zero-irrigation planting, uses renewable energy, avoids synthetic pesticides, and preserves native vegetation on the estate. The result is that carbon is sequestered into the soil, rather than being released into the atmosphere.

Regenerative Cotton

Regenerative cotton farming methods focus on overall land management and are credited with improving soil health, sequestering carbon, increasing biodiversity, reducing flooding and improving the well being of the farmers, among other benefits. The methods employed are designed to work in harmony with the local environment and include practices such as zero tillage, precision planting, cover crops, natural irrigation and reduced or zero use of pesticides and fertilisers.

With regenerative farming, the outcomes are measured in order to confirm the benefits to the environment and adjusted on an ongoing basis to improve conditions and yield.

We believe that this is currently the best way to farm cotton and it is our overarching goal to move all our cotton to regenerative practices in the future.

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Fibre Buy for 2022

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Our supply chain tiers

Tier 1

Garment Manufacturing

Tier 1

Garment Manufacturing

Portugal
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This is the production step that involves final assembly of the garment before it is delivered to our warehouse. This is where most of the social impacts are felt as it is labour intensive and we have 100% visibility of all the factories working at this stage.

Tier 2

Fabric Manufacturing

Tier 2

Fabric Manufacturing

Turkey
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This is the fabric production stage including the construction and dyeing of the fabrics and trims. This is usually where most of the carbon intensity is found as large amounts of energy are required for the production of fabrics. We currently have 88% visibility of the suppliers involved at this stage for our main fabrics.

Tier 3

Yarn Spinning

Tier 3

Yarn Spinning

Turkey
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This is where the fibres are spun into yarns, prior to being manufactured into fabrics. This stage is energy intensive and is often done in a unit separate to the tier 2 production. We currently have 47% visibility of the suppliers involved at this stage for our main fabrics.

Tier 4

Fibre Production

Tier 4

Fibre Production

Brazil, Turkey
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Depending on the fibre type, this is where fibres are grown, farmed, or manufactured. It is often very difficult to trace the supply chain to this tier however we currently have 25% visibility of the suppliers involved at this stage for our main fabrics.

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"LESTRANGE has managed to make quite an impact on the world of sustainable fashion."

VOGUE

"Classic items that look sharp, but every detail was designed with comfort and ease in mind."

MONOCLE

"An antidote to the season obsessed fashion industry…offering versatile all year round."