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A label awarded by the French State recognising excellence in French companies with exceptional artisanal and industrial know-how, whose heritage is aimed very much towards the future. It was issued to us in 2017 by the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
Alphonse is Atelier Tuffery’s universal cut, fitted with a standard waist, it can be worn every day and for any occasion.
Always authentic, now searching for timelessness, this collection capitalises on a 100% cotton twill with a natural white colouring. These jeans are a wardrobe staple as white denim can be worn on many occasions and in a variety of styles.
Colour : Natural white
Fit : Fitted
Waist : Standard
Fabric : Unbleached twill (10oz) – Origin: Italy
Composition : 100% cotton
Buttons : Recycled copper – Origin Italy
Fly : Zip – Origin Spain
Thread : Origin Europe
Manufacture : Made in France
The innovative range identifies new materials and fabrics, enhancing denim still further with the use of organic cotton or other local plant fibres from artisanal producers.
“It’s similar to the pioneering Célestin Tuffery, who quickly adopted the fabric from Nîmes for the advantage it offered workers; the exterior side in indigo blue which doesn’t get grubby and the interior ecru in colour against the skin. The master tailors of the 4th generation have hijacked this clever aspect of denim, retaining an authentic twill which offers jeans that are naturally light in colour. Through their look and originality, these jeans will complete your wardrobe. The gentle natural colour of the warp cotton is enhanced by the light blue indigo of the weft threads, and through the turn-ups the blue of the weft appears.”
Some 125 years ago, Célestin Tuffery’s huge scissors first cut fabric from Nîmes, giving birth to denim jeans. The ingenuity of the Nîmes fabric lay in its warp and weft weave, which effectively gave it an indigo blue exterior and an undyed, unbleached interior. Economical because only half of the threads needed to be dyed, these worker’s trousers did not get grubby easily and became the ideal jeans for everyday life, needing little maintenance. A century and a half later, the famous authentic Nîmes fabric is still around but it has been reinvented by Atelier Tuffery, with the warp and weft reversed.
“Some of our pieces have a first name, directly inspired by one of the characters who have marked the history of the Tuffery family.
These are the lives of people who gave birth to our clothes, such as Alphonse.”
Visionary and avant-garde Alphonse, Célestin’s son, transforms the workwear into an iconic fashion item.
“ I preferred to wait a bit to give my opinion. After more than 50 washes of my jeans, it hasn’t change ”
Take your favourite jeans that fit you best
and a tape measure, then follow the tutorial below.
According to our assistant, we recommend size :
According to our assistant, no size matches :(
If you are hesitating between two sizes, choose the larger one.
|A (in cm)||36||38||40||42||44||46||48||51|
|B (in cm)
Lapels not included
|C (in cm)||18||18||18||18||18,5||19||19,5||21,5|
Depending on the washing and ironing conditions measurements may vary by a few millimetres.
The Atelier Tuffery + : Because each of our pieces is unique, each pair of trousers is delivered with the name of the master tailor who made it, as well as a small reel of thread to enable you to hem your jeans to your measurements.
At Atelier Tuffery, all of our materials are cut in the workshop and each piece is assembled by hand. This ensures that we create high-quality garments which meet our demanding standards, which have not changed in 125 years. We prioritise a carefully managed production flow for the well-being of our employees and to avoid waste. If the garment you order is not in stock, it will take us just a little bit of time to create it especially for you. Quality takes time so be patient, you won’t regret it.
If the garment you order is not in stock, it will take us just a little bit of time to create it especially for you.
Quality takes time so be patient, you won’t regret it.