Stephan Schneider

Carex single button blazer with knit lapel trim in "night" navy blue

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$725.00
The Carex distinguishes itself with narrow lapels that have a tonal knit trim on the inside, and a soft navy flannel that puts it at east with a varity of styles.
  • 95% Wool, 25% poly, 5% cashmere flannel jacket
  • Single button closure and cuffs, with notch lapels and patch pockets
  • Tonal knit trim lining the lapels
  • Can be paired with matching "buckhorn" trousers to form a suit
  • Made in Belgium

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Stephan Schneider - Carex single button blazer with knit lapel trim in "night" navy blue

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ABOUT Stephan Schneider

Stephan Schneider’s eponymous label is universally known for both creative, thoughtful design and incredible fabrics developed in-house. It’s that combination of elements that rewards this percipient designer’s patrons and keeps them coming back. Born in Germany, Stephan graduated top of his class from the Royal Academy for Fine Arts in Antwerp in 1994, winning a prize for his final collection that allowed him to show it in Paris. Since then, the collections have been shown during Paris Fashion Week, while design and production remain squarely in Belgium.
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