The Adelie Pocket Square by Simonnot Godard features a navy border produced using a satin baum jacquard weave. At the points of intersection,100% coverage is produced. The cotton is mercerized after the fabric is woven, in the east of France using special mountain water. The purity of the mountain water used creates a beautiful sheen that makes Simonnot Godard's pocket squares among the best in the world.
The edges are impeccably hand-rolled with an attention to detail only seen with Simonnot Godard.
Made in France.
Simonnot Godard is widely regarded as the king of woven cotton and linen pocket squares. Plenty of people are capable of screen printing beautiful wool and silk pocket squares, but very few have mastered the techniques and highly-specialized skills of weaving and mercerizing required to produce masterpieces on the level of Simonnot Godard.
Indeed, Simonnot Godard has distinguished themselves in France and around the world since 1787, and now draw on their extensive archive to reinterpret beautiful woven and cotton pocket squares that have for decades graced the shelves of shelves of some of the most prestigious French luxury brands, and over 200 of the world’s finest men’s stores. Simonnot Godard's portfolio of clients is a who's who of the best men's stores around the globe.
However, the Company's only pure online stockist is Kirby Allison’s Hanger Project, for which we are tremendously honored and a testimony to founder Kirby Allison's commitment to and appreciation of true artisanship.