A minimal design with an extravagant volume. The item is made in a unique collaboration with glove specialist c’est jeanne. Integrating the high-end tailoring technique of c’est jeanne with the artists’ impression of atelier tess van zalinge has resulted in an authentic design. Crafted by hand from deadstock materials originally produced in Prato, Italy, the gloves align with the sustainability values that the atelier insures. These gloves have been made with meticulous research on the proportions of the volumes and on the enhancement of femininity.
fabric : upcycled textile
colours : white and blue
composition : upcycled textile latex, lining upcycled crine
care : dry clean only
Responsible materials are the foundation of our sustainable vision. All the textiles used in the atelier of tess van zalinge are carefully selected, always with a conscious and responsible approach. Crafted by hand from deadstock materials originally produced in Prato, Italy, the gloves embody the sustainability values that the atelier insures. The gathering on the side gives the design its eccentric, voluminous shape. This accessory has been made with upcycled white latex and crine.
Always looking for the highest sartorial quality, tess van zalinge collaborated on this item with specialised artisans c'est Jeanne - a maison based in Amsterdam with manufacturing luxury gloves as their expertise. Made with the highest level of craftsmanship these gloves stand out for their sophisticated and extravagant style. Representing the contemporary vision of a classic aristocratic accessory.
Faithful to traditional techniques, the atelier tess van zalinge revives artisan and textile manipulations from the past to the present, converting them with an innovative and sophisticated aesthetic. Manufactured by hand with care, every single one of our pieces carries a desire to evoke emotional attachment between design and its keeper to disseminate a durable product life-cycle. High quality and sustainability are just some of the values embedded in every design. To keep alive traditions that otherwise will be forgotten, at the heart of each design are shared memories, stories, and craftsmanship.