During the menswear tradeshow Pitti Uomo in Florence, I had the pleasure of meeting with designer Déborah Neuberg, who has developed a keen sense of superior craftsmanship during her past job at Hermès.
A savoir-faire enthusiast, her young French label called ‘De Bonne Facture’ has unveiled this beautiful Spring Summer 2015 collection.
‘De Bonne Facture’ has established a smart concept of ‘Made by’ (and not just “made in”), a selection of the best factories in France for each garment. This concept promotes French craftsmanship of quality and also provides its customers a timeless wardrobe. Déborah Neuberg selects her fabric from Japan, Italy, France and England with meticulous care.
This year, De Bonne Facture created neckties exclusively made of Yûki-Tsumugi (結城紬) silk. A very soft silk manufactured by hand in the Ibaraki prefecture, Japan. Yûki-Tsumugi silk is on the representative list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of Unesco.
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