Margot & Ed's Top Down Jacket


The tailored cut is made casual thanks to its versatile textile, a rigid cotton bull denim that we’ve sewn and dyed for a broken-in (but never faux) feel.

The body has extra seams, designed to be slightly form-fitting around the torso, with a slit in the back for breezy ease. Its large outer pockets can accommodate your phone, while the two inner pockets have buttons to secure a flask of mezcal, a pouch of crystals, or wallet. 

Wear it open or buttoned all the way to the top. And if you’re likely to slip this on over a bulky sweater, we suggest sizing up.

Designers: Margot Jacobs & Ed Brachfeld

Margot practices landscape architecture and urban design, Ed is the founder of a fashion and art-focused production company. While their backgrounds and lifestyles are vastly different, they’re united by a shared love for mother nature and the mysteries of the universe.

Like all EVERYBODY.WORLD contributors, Margot & Ed receive 10% of the sales of their designs.


-Garment dyed after it’s sewn
-Preshrunk and ready to wear
-Made in an ethical factory in South Los Angeles
-Wash with like colors 
-This item is final sale and cannot be returned

 Size Chart:

LENGTH 26" 26.5" 27" 27.5" 28" 29"
CHEST 37" 38" 40" 42" 43" 44"
SLEEVE 23" 23" 23.5" 24" 25" 26"
SHOULDERS 17" 17.5" 18" 18" 19" 19.5"

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Their All In Flightsuit, Bottom Up Pants and Top Down Jacket will have you ready for anything, both physically and metaphysically.

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Two nature loving friends

Margot Jacobs practices landscape architecture and urban design and Ed Brachfeld is the founder and director of a boutique production company and creative agency. While their backgrounds, upbringings and lifestyles are different, they quickly find common ground when discussing their love for mother nature and the mysteries of the universe. 
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Responsibly made in Los Angeles

For EVERYBODY.WORLD, the two friends have designed clothing that let's you run, jump, climb and reach with minimal restriction. Their unisex collection is called P.F.D., an abbreviation of the industry term for fabric in its 'prepared for dye' state–and perhaps also a play on words.
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The sky's the limit