Simonnot Godard Trouville Seersucker Copper Linen/Cotton Pocket Square

  • Cotton/Linen blend.
  • Impeccably Hand-Rolled Edges
  • Super-fine level of linen.
  • Fantastic texture.
  • Available in three colors.
  • Made in France.

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The Trouville Seersucker Pocket Square is a classic summer staple. Woven from a cotton-linen blend comprised of a 100% cotton warp and cotton/linen weft. The pocket square has a super-fine texture that makes it perfect for summer.

The edges of all of Simonnot Godard's pocket squares are impeccably hand-rolled. Of all of the pocket squares we have seen, the quality of the handrolling on these is the highest.

The pocket square is available in three different color ways: copper, white, and baby blue. All perfect for summer.

Exclusive Traditional and Artisan Manufacturing Techniques:
Based on extensive archives and old books, Simonnot Godard weaves all of their pocket squares exclusively in their French atelier using traditional Jacquard techniques and artisan methods. Once an exclusive pattern is selected from their archives, Simonnot studies and dyes each colored yarn individually to match the original colors. When all double-ply cotton yarns are ready, they set up the warp and start weaving.

Once woven, the fabrics are sent to be mercerized Les Vosges, which is located in the mountains of east France known for their special water. Here, in a small factory, all of Simonnot Godard’s fabrics are mercerized, washed, and undergo the blanchiement (a special technique of bleaching) and sanfor (or sanforization, which increases the dimensional stability of the fabric by compacting the threads) treatments. Once this operation is finished, all fabrics are returned to Simonnot Godard's atelier for a final inspection before being sent to be cut and hand-rolled by skilled artisans.

From the yarn to the finished product, five months are required to finish a Simonnot Godard pocket square or handkerchief. Simonnot Godard is the last company remaining that produces pocket squares and handkerchiefs using such traditional, artisanal methods, making the products very exclusive and luxurious.

About Simonnot-Godard
Simonnot Godard is widely regarded as the king of woven cotton and linen pocket squares. Plenty of people are capable of screen printing beautiful wool and silk pocket squares, but very few have mastered the techniques and highly-specialized skills of weaving and mercerizing required to produce masterpieces on the level of Simonnot Godard.

Indeed, Simonnot Godard has distinguished themselves in France and around the world since 1787, and now draw on their extensive archive to reinterpret beautiful woven and cotton pocket squares that have for decades graced the shelves of shelves of some of the most prestigious French luxury brands, and over 200 of the world’s finest men’s stores. Simonnot Godard's portfolio of clients is a who's who of the best men's stores around the globe.

However, the Company's only pure online stockist is Kirby Allison’s Hanger Project, for which we are tremendously honored and a testimony to founder Kirby Allison's commitment to and appreciation of true artisanship.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Pocket Square Color Copper
Pocket Square Style Woven
Pocket Square Material Linen / Cotton
Size 30 cm
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