03/1 – a heavyweight fabric featuring a wider fit. The slightly masculine shape adds a banded-meets-lapel collar a boxy shape. We would label it "basic chic with a little twist". The blazer can be worn as a suit, paired with the 03/16 Mid-Waist Pants.
Model is a German size 36 and wears our size XS/S.
READY FOR PRE-ORDER WILL BE SHIPPED FROM OCTOBER 18th.
ABOUT THE FABRIC
100% Organic Cotton, GOTS zertifiziert via CERES-076. The fibre is from Turkey and the fabric is produced in Portugal.
WHO MADE THIS BLAZER
This shirt is designed in Munich by our mastermind and fantastic tailor Sabine Dicklberger. It is produced by our manufacturing partner Schneiderei Winkler in Germany.
WHAT IS SO GOOD ABOUT THIS BLAZER
The Material. Organic Cotton is a hero. The production does not require chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or defoliants, and the social impact improves the well-being of the farmers. Head over to our CONSCIOUS FASHION GUIDE for more information on Organic Cotton.
LET'S SPEAK ABOUT THE PRICE
Transparency is essential to us, and therefore we are quite clear about the costs of each item. From designing the samples with our master tailor to pattern making, the cost of the fabric as well as the cost of the hardware (e.g. button, linings, threads), the manufacturing costs to marketing costs (including the photographer, model, location, hair, and make-up artist, travel expenses and advertising costs for working with influencers and other advertisers). We enlisted all incurred costs involved during the process from our idea to the final product. In case you have any questions, please feel free to contact us; we're happy to get in touch with you if there is a need for further clarification.
DIRECT COSTS PER ITEM
25.50 € Fabric
7.00 € Hardware
105.00 € Manufacturing at Schneiderei Winkler
Prototype (Blazer): 9.5 hours (average hourly rate German master tailor: 50.00 €)
Pattern-making (Blazer): 2.5 hours (average hourly rate German master tailor: 50.00 €)
Marketing biannually: approx. 8.000 € - 10.000 € to help hello’ben being visible.
Do the maths, and you’ll figure that we did not create the brand to line our pockets, we share a mission and hope to extend our hello’ben family.