Sustainable mens and womenswear brand Pajotten, introduce new easy to wear, simple clothing pieces for their newest collection for 2021
The focus for the pieces from this seasonal collection is simple utility. With an emphasis on easy to wear clothing that you can live and work in, all day, every day.
Pajotten, are a British clothing brand formed in 2016 by Rebecca Barton and Ben Sears. They have always been inspired to create clothing that they themselves would wear. Everything is produced by themselves and made to order in their studio in Kent.
The pieces from the collection are made using a range of sustainable cloth, including organic and recycled cottons, British woven canvas, hemp, Tencel, and deadbolt linens.
Listening to the requests from their customers, Pajotten has developed new tops, dresses and a skirt for women, a waistcoat for men as well as a new jacket and trousers into the collection.
Pajotten have continued their relationships with British mills, merchants and suppliers. They worked with UK button manufacturers Courtney & Co to explore bespoke options which led to Corzo buttons being dyed especially for them.
As they’ve invested in deadstock cloth, some of their pieces are only available in very limited quantities.
With their customers at the heart of everything they do, they are able to offer flexibility to give you the clothes you want. They offer free swatches pre-purchase, making garments in alternative cloth when requested and discussing bespoke lengths.