Premium cut is better when it's good
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What amount is donated to the Social Center?
10 euros are donated from the purchase of the premium model.
This sum will be used to finance the time of a School year of breakfasts for children
Introducing the "Premium cut is better when it's good" apron by Atelier TB, designed in collaboration with Emmanuelle Jary, the creator of the program "It's better when it's good". Made from 100% natural cotton denim canvas, this baking apron features elegant embellishments in imitation leather on the bib and pockets.
With a system of pressure presss on the braids, you can easily adjust the length of the apron for maximum comfort. The braids are removable and pass through eyelets, giving you a versatile and stylish look. The apron is proudly made in France, with weaving, cutting, assembly, and embroidery done in the Vosges.
But that's not all. All profits from the sale of these aprons will be donated to Span> Social Center 20 è span> me chair, a charity located in the 20th arrondissement of Paris. The proceeds will go towards providing breakfasts for a school year to children who do not have the possibility of taking it home in the morning before going to school.
This apron is perfect for both professional chefs and cooking enthusiasts. With its logo embroidered from Emmanuelle Jary's show, it's better when it's good, this apron is not only functional but also adds a touch of elegance to your kitchen.
Don't miss out on this limited edition apron. Shop now and enjoy the best chef apron that is both stylish and socially responsible.
Do you want to get to know the people behind the making of our pieces? We present them to you a little below . a little below . .
Know-how kept in good hands.Here is the team behind the manufacture of our products.
Élodie takes care of the cutting of the fabrics, Sophie manages the sewing, the hems or even the laying of the pockets when Sandrine checks that no thread protrudes from the embroidery.
And all these steps take place under the expert eye of our production managers Cathie and Pauline.
This is how more than 53 passionate little hands work every day to reinvent the French textile industry in our Spinalien workshop.