There is no doubt that workwear is a must that never wanes, a classic to wear every day but that doesn’t disfigure even on the red carpet at the Met Gala.
Service Works is a brand that makes workwear with attention to every detail and for this Spring/Summer 2020 has rethought and revisited an iconic garment like the chef’s pant, and not at all using 11-ounce cotton in a very wide variety of colors.
The success of chef pant, both inside and outside professional kitchens, is due to his fit and comfort, thanks to which many subcultures, such as skateboarding, have adopted him.
To complete the collection there is also a typical five-button Bakers Jacket, a “modified” version of the work jacket with darted sleeves to make it more ergonomic. The nickname “Baker Jacket” is due to David Keyte, Co-Founder and Designer at Universal Works, who coined this expression in 2008 because he modeled a jacket after the one his father wore who was a baker.
The SS20 collection of Service Works will be available from May 28th on blacksmith-store.com.