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Quilt Coat

Quilt Coat

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Long sleeve super durable quilted recycled cotton canvas jacket. Featuring a high collar and a zip front with two heavy duty snaps to fully bundle up.

Made in Los Angeles at a mattress factory, sewn by an upholsterer.

The fabric is biodegradable, developed with a dedicated closed-loop supply chain where all cutting waste goes back into the textiles we make our woven products from.

Details

- 50% Recycled Cotton, 42% Sustainably-Sourced Virgin Cotton, 8% Mixed Recycled Fibers
- 100% Cotton batting
- Deadstock zipper sourced locally in Los Angeles
- Large patch pockets with velcro closure
- Secret side pocket
- Internal zip pocket

- Unisex
- Biodegradable (except for trims)
- Knit, sewn and finished in Los Angeles, California with a fair-wage workforce

About The Designer

Bianca Solorzano is all about style and substance. She's the Mexican/Ecuadorian woman behind vintage clothing pop-up, Coqui, and has been curating beautiful pre-loved pieces for people to feel confident wearing since 2003. She's an art lover, longboard surfer, mindful meditator with deep awe and respect for the planet, and a new mom to baby Cielo. Her Achilles heel? Jackets.

 

As with all Everybody.World contributors, Bianca will receive 10% of the sales of her designs.

Size Chart

Measurements are approximate and may deviate 1'' due to variances in the garment dye process.

1 2
Shoulder
8.5" 9"
Sleeve Length
19" 22"
Across Chest
28" 31"
Body Length
29" 31"
Sleeve Opening
13" 16"

 

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Everybody.World by

Bianca Solorzano

A first generation Mexican-Ecuadorian woman, Bianca is a small business owner who’s been working with vintage clothing since 2003.

She's an art lover, longboard surfer, a mindful meditator with deep awe and respect for the planet, and a new mom to baby Cielo. For Everybody.World, she's designed her ideal coat. “I love good design and ultimately jackets are my achilles heel,” she says.

She’s drawn to the diverse communities, art, design and beaches in her hometown of Los Angeles and recently closed her vintage clothing store, Coqui, in Santa Cruz to return to raise her son there.

The Contributor Collection is designed by everyday people. They enjoy 10% profits of their ideas.