Une surchemise en laine recyclée que vous porterez encore dans 10 ans
Comme son nom l’indique, une surchemise recyclée se porte par-dessus un autre vêtement. It can be used as a sweater or a jacket. You can wear it on a hoodie as well as on a t-shirt. Notre surchemise en laine recyclée a une coupe droite et un style intemporel.
Style is in the details
The wrist is one of our signatures. We worked it so you can wear it closed, open or rolled up. In any case, it will always be impeccable.
Son col et sa poche
Nous avons voulu un col non boutonné et petit pour un meilleur maintien. Sur la poitrine se trouve une poche, côté cœur. Plus besoin de chercher vos lunettes, elles seront toujours à la bonne place.
Notre surchemise en laine est 100% recyclée !
Why produce new materials when we know that 100,000 tons of clothes are thrown away every year? At LATER… we work with what is there No dye is added!
That’s why we think of clothing differently. Also, it goes through the wool sheet we use. It is obtained only from old textiles. Once defibered, La filature du parc in Brassac, in the South of France, makes new spools. Une façon de redonner vie à un stock de vêtements destinés à être détruits.
A unique quality recycled wool sheet
Our recycled wool takes on the characteristics of a traditional wool sheet. Whether it is its soft touch or its thickness that makes the piece warm and comfortable, it meets many of our requirements, the first being quality. You can wear the Epure for a long time, the wool sheet won’t run out of steam anytime soon.
The weaving is done in Castres, at Pierre Calvet. For L’Épure, we chose a mix of recycled wool (70%) and recycled polyamide (25%). The rest is obtained from other fibers, already present in the fabrics before they are recycled.
Pour les boutons, nous avons choisi une matière qui était couramment utilisée à la fin du XIXème siècle : la caséine de lait. Also called galalith, or milk stone, it has the particularity of being very solid and porous, which allows it to be dyed in all possible colors. Notre Surchemise en laine recyclée en compte sept, du col jusqu’au bas de la boutonnière.
5 coloris, 5 manières de porter l’Épure
Couleur héritage de l’armywear, aussi facile à porter que le marine
Un classique que tout bon dressing se doit d’avoir
Une teinte lumineuse et chaleureuse qui réveille une tenue
Un drap de laine chiné pour apporter de la luminosité à une tenue
Une couleur douce qui se porte comme du beige
a price in all transparency
We believe that full transparency is a necessary condition for responsible consumption. The cost of materials, clothing but also logistics and wages, we explain the price of L’Épure in detail.
A consigned overshirt!
And if you no longer wear L’Épure, regardless of the reason or age, we will buy it back from you. The deposit is set at 15% of the sale price. This avoids sleeping a room in a closet and giving it a second life.
Produce in small quantities, locally
Logical continuation of the use of old textiles to realize our wool sheet, we make the choice of a close production, using local know-how. All our parts are produced in very small quantities in order to control our stock. From the thread to the fabric and the buttons, all the steps of the making of the Epure are made in France and in Portugal. This choice allows us to know personally the people who make our oversheets. This allows us to build strong relationships with our partners but also to ensure the working conditions ourselves.
For the size, this shirt is straight but not fitted. You can choose your usual size.
En cas de doute, voici le guide des tailles pour vous aider à choisir au mieux votre Épure. Or you can contact us by email or on our social networks for a personalized response.
Anouk, 1m75, 54kg, size M
Xavier, 1m80, 67kg, size L
Make your recycled wool overshirt last longer
This recycled wool overshirt needs to be looked after with care.
We recommend that you wash it at 30° using the wool program, or hand wash on your machine without mechanical drying.
Dry your overshirt flat in the shade.
We do not recommend that you wash this overshirt at a professional laundry that does chemical cleaning.
A desire to change things
When we launched Later…, we started from an observation: we don’t really know what we are consuming. Where do the materials come from? Where are they processed? In what conditions ? Where does our money go?
With Later… we want to bring full transparency. We want to allow the customer to understand what he is buying but, above all, to understand our approach, our choices and our way of producing.
Later… is a life project. It is the desire to give meaning to clothes, but also to the world of fashion. Getting as close as possible to our values, to what motivates us every day: respecting the environment, respecting people. For this, our pieces are entirely made from 100% recycled fabrics. We also rely on local know-how to offer quality, durable and timeless clothing.