Trench & Coat is the little sister of the family business Lener Cordier, proud to transmit its values and know-how from generation to generation.

Here are our common commitments:

Transparency above all

- We are committed to explaining who we are and how we work, while sharing our successes and areas for improvement.

- Among our recent initiatives, in early 2020, we conducted a BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative) Social Audit Plan to get an outside look at the working conditions and compensation levels of our employees. We have thus put in place a continuous improvement plan by scrupulously following the organisation's code of conduct.


Loyalty as a motivating factor

- We have been working with the same European partners for over 50 years, especially our Italian fabric suppliers.

- The average seniority of our 400 employees, spread between France and Ukraine, is 19 years: a serious guarantee of expertise and attachment to the company !

- Your satisfaction is our priority. Our team bends over backwards to answer all your questions as quickly as possible.


 Eco-responsibility as a guiding principle

- Our production remains European and therefore relatively close to home, and we only use trucks for transport.

- We are adept at producing small series. We are committed to sustainable production and do everything possible to optimise and reuse materials.

- As a committed and supportive company, our teams are always ready to get involved: they have just demonstrated this again by spontaneously and massively launching the manufacture of masks and gowns to fight against Covid-19.

- We give great priority to natural materials such as wool and cotton.

- Together with our suppliers, we are moving towards more and more eco-responsible certified materials: GRS (Global Recycled Standard, a certification that guarantees traceability and the presence of recycled fibres), but also Oekotex (absence of harmful substances). In short, quality materials for durable and trendy pieces for a long time to come.

Below you will find details about our 5 key materials for the summer:

Pur cotton

Cotton is a plant fibre that surrounds the seeds of cotton plants and has many advantages: it is highly absorbent and advantages: it is highly absorbent and insulating. It is also a material that tolerates heat well.


Every season at Trench & Coat, we choose a 100% cotton fabric, from Italy, a country renowned for its beautiful, high-quality materials.


Our maintenance advice: The most stressed areas such as the collar, the bottom of the sleeve or the bottom of your model must be inspected regularly: if they start to blacken, yellow or simply stain, it is time to have your item washed. Generally, it is advisable to have your item cleaned at least once a year, at the end of the season. Please refer to the labels on your item for details of care options.

Sporty cotton

Cotton is often used in our summer fabrics and is soft, light and easy to care for.
Soft and pleasant to the touch, it has a high absorption capacity. It is one of our favourite materials in the summer, as it can be found in so many models of trench coats and parkas.

The sport cottons selected by Trench & Coat contain a minimum of 50% cotton.
Our materials come from Italy, a country renowned for its beautiful, high-quality materials, and from Korea, a country whose know-how is recognised for its more technical materials.

Our maintenance advice: The most stressed areas such as the collar, the bottom of the sleeve or the bottom of your model should be inspected regularly: if they start to blacken, yellow or simply stain, it is time to have your article washed.
Generally, it is recommended to have your item cleaned at least once a year, at the end of the season. Please refer to the labels on your item for details of care options. care options.

Linen cotton

Linen fibre comes from the stem of the flax plant. Ideal for summer, linen is a 100% natural material that gives a fresh feeling. It also has absorbent properties. Linen is a stiffer fabric than cotton and is therefore less flexible in coats.

The cotton linens selected by Trench & Coat contain a minimum of 20% linen. Our materials come from Europe (Italy and Spain), a country renowned for its beautiful, high-quality materials.

Our maintenance advice: The most stressed areas such as the collar, the bottom of the sleeve or the bottom of your model should be inspected regularly: if they start to blacken, yellow or simply stain, it is time to have your article washed.
Generally, it is recommended to have your item cleaned at least once a year, at the end of the season. Please refer to the labels on your item for details of care options. care options.

woven fabrics

In each of our spring/summer collections, we develop designs in printed fabrics. For this season 2022, you will find a nice jacquard based on cotton and hemp, declined in a palette of neutral colours, but also a fabric with the spirit of hemp fabric with a small check pattern in light pastel tones.

Our care advice: The most stressed areas such as the collar, the bottom of the sleeve or the bottom of your model should be inspected regularly: if they start to blacken, yellow or simply get stained, it is time to have your article washed. Generally, it is recommended to have your item cleaned at least once a year, at the end of the season. Please refer to the labels on your item for details of care options.

water-repellent fabric

Many of the models in our collection are water-repellent, but to avoid asking the fateful question, a water-repellent fabric is one where the water slides over the fabric and does not soak it thanks to a water-repellent product applied beforehand.

This type of treatment is ideal for light rain but less so for heavy rain and immersion. It allows the model to remain breathable.

Our maintenance advice: in order to make the water-repellent treatment of our models last, we advise you to refer to the labels of the article detailing the maintenance possibilities and then to proceed with a second rinse before drying the model.