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THE SEAFARER HISTORY
THE SEAFARER HISTORY
THE SEAFARER HISTORY
In 1896 Tony Anzalone, an Italian immigrant and previous US Navy sailor, who made it his lifelong ambition to establish a tailor shop adjacent to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. In his early pursuits he spent his time adapting the fit of US Navy regulation uniforms in his tailor shop for sailors at the yard. Through his exploits the original design of the Seafarer bell bottom emerged. The design was eventually adopted by the Navy and overtime Seagoing Tony, as he was referred, became a primary supplier to the Navy for the garment he had created. The Seafarer bell-bottom has become an iconic American garment because it was the official U.S. enlisted sailor’s uniform for approximately 100 years until 1999.
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MET MUSEUM
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We are incredibly proud to be one of the very few clothing brands to be represented at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The MET, whose mission includes preserving, exhibiting and stimulating appreciation of works of art that collectively represent the broadest spectrum of human achievement, has in fact a Seafarer Dungaree from the 1960′s amongst its exhibits. Proof that our jeans are not just simple apparel but a form of art with a unique heritage. Click here for more info. We are incredibly proud to be one of the very few clothing brands to be represented at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The MET, whose mission includes preserving, exhibiting and stimulating appreciation of works of art that collectively represent the broadest spectrum of human achievement, has in fact a Seafarer Dungaree from the 1960′s amongst its exhibits. Proof that our jeans are not just simple apparel but a form of art with a unique heritage. Click here for more info.
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THE SEA: WHERE IT ALL BEGAN....
THE SEA: WHERE IT ALL BEGAN....
THE SEA: WHERE IT ALL BEGAN....
The Seafarer first caught the attention of the fashion world in the 1900s when Italian immigrant & US Navy veteran Tony Anzalone created the bell bottom trousers, a design that would become the official uniform for enlisted US sailors until 1999. During the 1960s and
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PHILOSOPHY
PHILOSOPHY
PHILOSOPHY
They have caressed the curves of Bardot, have crossed ocean’s waves and defined an era. They have marched to war from Europe to Asia, have danced the nights away in St.Tropez and become a symbol of peace. They were born on the ships of the American Navy but became famous on the bodies of the most beautiful women in the world. Seafarer pants have travelled through history, uniting style, emancipation, courage, peace, Hollywood and Rive Gauche. In the beginning of the 20th century their story began as a necessity: sailors needed trousers they could take off in a hurry in case of a storm and easily roll up and not get wet when they disembarked in the sea. Seafarer, for the first time consecrated the detail that would make style history: the big bell pants. Then a twist of fate that only the fashion industry could go along with, in the 60s and 70s they were found in second-hand shops, and then worn by BB, Ursula Andress, Jane Birkin, Raquel Welch, Jacqueline Bisset, Farah Fawcett. And like that the necessity becomes a pleasure, work becomes a civil commitment, the new world throws out the bridge to old Europe. Like this Seafarer unites men and women, comfort and sexuality, severity and fashion. They have a perfect cut, not forced, flawless, capable of becoming an age, telling an idea. Representing the smile of the sailor who kisses his girlfriend after the war. Or the bliss of Jane Birkin on those French afternoons, that became the ideal of casual chic. So chic that it ended up in Metropolitan Museum in New York, like one of the design masterpieces from the 20th century. The waves of fate carried Seafarer intact till today, untouched by time. After navigating for the last century the brand is being relaunched for the Spring 2013 debut with a women’s collection that proposes the same legendary cut with a strictly Made in Italy workmanship. Materials, stitching, construction and wearability resulting from careful research from both the rediscovery of the Brand’s archives and the best of Italian savoire faire. It is the tradition that becomes innovation and continues to tell a tale, the aesthetic destined to once again capture the women’s market.
MISSION
MISSION
MISSION
We are Visionnaries.
We are committed to making the perfect product for Women and care about Women’s rights.
We are aesthetics-addicted and love beauty in all its different forms.
We want to make Women’s days brighter!
Seafarer was born in 1900, heritage and authenticity are our roots.
Loyalty, Honesty and Respect are our most important values as people.
Women are always at the core of our thoughts, indeed we are focused on making them the best fitted products and giving them the best buying experience. Nevertheless we donate our time, services and at least 1% of our sales to active Organizations all over the world who fight violence against women.
At Seafarer we’re proud to work with fun! At Seafarer we make our good time even better!