- Tailored fit
- Pullover closure
- Breast & pen pocket
- 50% Polyester/Poliéster/Poliestere
- 50% Cotton/Katoen/Coton/Baumwolle/Algodón/Cotone
- 160 gr/m2
The Bujutsu chef jacket was designed for chef Nick Bril of The Jane** restaurant in Antwerp and is inspired by Japanese style. The collection is modern, sleek and distinctive, with diagonal, asymmetrical pockets that give the items a fresh look. The collection colours are also unique: the chef jackets are not only available in black and white, but also in green. The earthy tones of the bib aprons and waist aprons fit in perfectly with these colours. These colourful outfits draw all eyes towards the kitchen!
Chefwear & Service Wear
For a proper treatment of your chef's outfit, please refer to the care label with washing instructions at the inside of the garment. We recommend that you wash the garment before first use: at 30 degrees on a short program with a small amount of washing detergent. Choose an anti-wrinkle program if possible. Wash colored garments separately. To preserve the press buttons on the chef jackets, they should not be pressed in the laundry.
Good maintenance will result in long-lasting use. Clean your shoes regularly with a brush and a little warm water. We recommend treating the shoes with a neutral shoe cream, lotion or wax. Never use colored products. Dry the shoes without exposing them to the sun or a heat source. You can clean the white rim with natural soap and water, but make sure not to apply the soap to the leather. The best way to store the shoes is to place them in a shoe bag or box in a dry, well-ventilated place.
- Made in Europe
- BSCI certified
- Based in Amsterdam
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