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Size Chart

Women
  • INT XXS XS S M L XL
    Chest
    (cm)
    74
    to
    77
    78
    to
    81
    82
    to
    85
    86
    to
    89
    90
    to
    93
    94
    to
    97
    Waist
    (cm)
    59
    to
    62
    63
    to
    66
    67
    to
    70
    71
    to
    74
    75
    to
    78
    79
    to
    82
    Hip
    (cm)
    83
    to
    86
    87
    to
    90
    91
    to
    94
    95
    to
    98
    99
    to
    102
    103
    to
    107
  • INT XXS XS S M L XL
    GER 32 34 36 38 40 42
    US 0-2 4 6 8 10 12
    UK 6 8 10 12 14 16
    ITA 38 40 42 44 46 48
    FRA 34 36 38 40 42 44
    JAP 5 7 9 11 13 15
    Chest 74-77 78-81 82-85 86-89 90-93 94-97
    Waist 59-62 63-66 67-70 71-74 75-78 79-82
    Hip 83-86 87-90 91-94 95-98 99-102 103-106

    Body measurements in centimetres

  • Inch Ger Ita Fra Int/US Waist Hip
    23 30 36 32 XXS 59-60 83-84
    24 32 38 34 XXS 61-62 85-86
    25 32/34 38/40 34/36 XS 63-64 87-88
    26 34 40 36 XS 65-66 89-90
    27 36 42 38 S 67-68 91-92
    28 36/38 42/44 38/40 S 69-70 93-94
    29 38 44 40 M 71-72 95-96
    30 40 46 42 M 73-74 97-98
    31 40/42 46/48 42/44 L 75-76 99-100
    32 42 48 44 L 77-78 101-102
    33 44 50 46 XL 79-80 103-104
    34 44/46 50/52 46/48 XL 81-82 105-106
    36 46 52 48 XXL 83-84 107-108

    Body measurements in centimetres

Men
  • INT XS S M L XL XXL
    Chest
    (cm)
    86
    to
    89
    90
    to
    93
    94
    to
    97
    98
    to
    101
    102
    to
    105
    106
    to
    109
    Waist
    (cm)
    73
    to
    76
    77
    to
    80
    81
    to
    84
    85
    to
    88
    89
    to
    92
    93
    to
    96
    Hip
    (cm)
    87
    to
    90
    91
    to
    94
    95
    to
    98
    99
    to
    102
    103
    to
    106
    107
    to
    109
  • INT XS S M L XL XXL
    GER 44 46 48 50 52 54
    US 34 36 38 40 42 44
    UK 34 36 38 40 42 44
    ITA 44 46 48 50 52 54
    FRA 38 40 42 44 46 48
    JAP 1 2 3 4 5 6
    Chest 86-89 90-93 94-97 98-101 102-105 106-109
    Waist 73-76 77-80 81-84 85-88 89-92 93-96
    Hip 87-90 91-94 95-98 99-102 103-106 107-110

    Body measurements in centimetres

  • Inch Ger Ita Fra Int Waist Hip
    27 XS 73-74 87-88
    28 44 44 40 XS 75-76 89-90
    29 44/46 44/46 40/42 S 77-78 91-92
    30 46 46 42 S 79-80 93-94
    31 46/48 46/48 42/44 M 81-82 95-96
    32 48 48 44 M 83-84 97-98
    33 48/50 48/50 44/46 L 85-86 99-100
    34 50 50 44/46 L 87-88 101-102
    36 52 52 48 XL 89-90 103-104
    38 54 54 50 XL 91-92 105-106

    Body measurements in centimetres

  • CM 72 77 82 87 92
    INCH 28 30 32 34 36

    (Approximate values)

Sustainability

Resources

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% Angora, Fur or Down
15 Points in our Code of Conduct

We treat our resources with respect. Because we care about the environment and animals – and because they are the key to Closed’s trademark quality. It is important to us to produce our collections with less of an environmental impact. And we will keep on doing so. That’s a promise!

All Closed’s partners are subject to strict requirements on the use of chemical substances, which they agree to abide by through our Code of Conduct, signed on a bi-annual basis. To ensure compliance, we also periodically send samples to an independent laboratory for pollutant testing.

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% Angora, Fur or Down
Points in our
Code of Conduct

More promises:

  • We do not (and will not!) process fur, angora or down.
  • The cow and lambskin we use are exclusively by-products of the food industry.
  • Our fabric and yarn suppliers ensure that all animal fibers used in our Closed products come from animal farms that comply with internationally valid production guidelines.
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Denim

Denim

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Our jeans are handmade in Italy with love, and the knowledge is passed from one generation to the next. This lasting, close relationship with our Italian partners and the decades of joint know-how are essential to the quality of our jeans. We share a tradition – and a future. Together with our Italian partners, we developed our eco-friendly denim line A BETTER BLUE for a more sustainable jeans production.

Almost all our jeans are crafted in collaboration with three production partners. Candiani, a traditional weaving company, which many refer to as the best (and greenest!) mill in the world, provides the fabric. Our jeans are then sewn by Paul, a family-run business. As there is an expert in every part of the process, a total of 22 different specialists are involved in the production of one single pair of Closed’s signature Pedal Pusher jeans.

The Everest laundry is in command of the finishing procedures such as the washes and used effects. Our bleached and worn-out look, small holes and fading are created by hand to give the jeans their signature feel.

How to take care of denim

Wearing is caring! A pair of Closed jeans only get better with time. As the shape adapts to the wearer, the surface gets its own unique touch, leaving the piece with a personalised used look. The first rule when washing: the darker the jeans, the lighter they can get with frequent cleaning. Generally, jeans are best washed when turned inside out. Choose a low temperature (30 degrees) and do not tumble-dry. We recommend laying your jeans flat for drying, and you should not iron them. And one special rule for raw denim jeans: it is best to have them dry cleaned if you wish to keep their original look.

We share a tradition – and a future.
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CLOSED Materials Denim
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Learn more about the Candiani weaving mill, the Everest laundry & the sewing manufactory Paul SPA.

Get to know our eco-friendly denim line A BETTER BLUE

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Eco-Friendly
Fibers

Eco-Friendly Fibers

  • Cellulose Fibers
  • Lyocell
  • Recycled Fibers
  • Organic Cotton
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Our eco-friendly denim line A BETTER BLUE has been combining traditional craftsmanship with innovative processes since its launch in 2018. Each pair of jeans is handmade in Italy and Closed has used innovative wash and dyeing methods since the beginning. Now, the range is being expanded with fabrics made from more sustainable raw materials.

How to take care of Eco-Friendly Fibers

How you wash and care for your clothes made of environmentally friendly materials depends on their exact composition. Don't worry, it's just as easy as taking care of 'ordinary' clothes. Please refer to the care label for specific instructions depending on the garment.

Fabrics made from sustainable materials.
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CLOSED Materials Eco-Friendly Fibers

Cellulose Fibers (e.g. Lyocell/modal)

The cellulose fibers we use, for example for denim or tops, are made from sustainable resources. Raw materials are sourced from sustainably managed woodlands – which do not need irrigation, fertilisers or pesticides – instead of from standard cotton fields. Furthermore, the fibers are manufactured in a closed process whereby the water and solvents are almost completely reused. Lyocell is made of cellulose fibers of botanical origin and partially obtained from wood.

Lyocell

This special Lyocell fiber is made using both wood pulp and 30 per cent recycled cotton waste, making it by far the most eco-friendly fiber we use – it’s part of our sustainable line A BETTER BLUE.

Recycled Fibers

Recycled cotton is part of our sustainable line A BETTER BLUE. It is used to reduce the proportion of virgin cotton in the denims – and therefore also the amount of water, CO2 and pesticides associated with their production.
Recycled elastane comes from reusable remnants left over from the manufacturing process. Branded as ROICA™ stretch fiber, it forms part of several Closed denims.

Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is made using 70 per cent less water and 60 per cent less energy than conventionally grown cotton. Neither genetically modified seeds nor toxic chemicals are used in its production. Growing organic cotton does not have a negative impact on farmland; it also generates fewer harmful emissions. A growing proportion of our essentials, such as T-shirts or button-down shirts, will be made of organic cotton very soon.

Leather
and lambskin

Leather and lambskin

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Hard-wearing, durable and 100 per cent natural – when it comes to leather garments, shoes and accessories, Closed counts on specialists with decades of experience in the production and processing of this premium material. Our leathers are sourced from selected Italian and Portuguese tanneries. Whether smooth, degrained leather or suede, the longer you wear it, the better it looks. It will develop a delicate patina and last a lifetime if you take care of it properly.
Of course, this also applies to lambskin. The lambskin for our jackets and coats comes from a Spanish tannery that specialises in this particular material.

Our shoes are made in Italy from selected leather sourced from traditional tanneries in Tuscany. We source our leather for bags and accessories from selected Italian and Portuguese tanneries. All handbags are made in Portugal.

We only use lambskin and leather that is a by-product of the food industry. No chemical additives are used in the tanning process, instead the leathers are tanned with vegetable substances that are chrome-free, sustainable and biodegradable.

How to take care of leather garments

Scratches or stains? Always test the appropriate care product – pure beeswax, cleanser or lotion – on a small spot first. Then massage it into the surface using a soft cloth or your thumb. Leather garments shouldn’t be exposed to extremely high temperatures or too much moisture. Be sure to properly waterproof any items before wear. Wet jackets or trousers should ideally be dried at room temperature. If stiff afterwards, gently move with your hands to soften. Only ever iron garments on the reverse side – always on a wool setting and using a pressing cloth.

How to take care of lambskin

Lambskin clothing should be aired out after each wearing. Give it light shake regularly to keep dust at bay or detangle when needed with a fine brush. If lambskin is badly soiled, it should not be machine washed, but taken for professional leather cleaning instead.

How to take care of leather shoes

We recommend special shoe cleaners: for smooth and embossed leather, beeswax is best. For suede and nubuck, a gentle lotion does the trick. As shoes can be damaged by moisture, they should be regularly waterproofed and stored in breathable fabric bags rather than plastic ones.

How to take care of leather bags and accessories

If you would like your bag to age well, do not expose it to extremely high temperatures or too much moisture. Suede should be impregnated before using. Never place your bag on a dirty floor, and avoid direct contact with rough surfaces. When you are not using it, store it in a fabric pouch. Scratches or stains? Always test the appropriate care product – pure beeswax, cleanser or lotion – on a small spot first. Then massage it into the surface using a soft cloth or your thumb.

Durable
and 100%
natural.
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Leather
Shoes & Accessories

Leather Shoes & Accessories

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Our shoes are made up of multiple elements that are supplied by various experts. For shoe uppers, Closed uses only selected Italian calfskin, cowhide, and goatskin. Sourced from traditional tanneries in Tuscany, the leather is vegetable tanned; no chemicals are utilised in the process. The shoe’s additional details are the work of skilled master craftsmen. They place stitches, nails, or other decorative elements on the hand-sewn edges. Our sportier models, such as runners, slip-ons, and sneakers, are all produced with the very same high-quality materials and love of detail.

Precious, durable and timeless – when it comes to leather, Closed counts on specialists with decades of experience in the production and processing of this premium material. Our leathers are sourced from selected Italian and Portuguese tanneries, with our handbags being made in Portugal.

How to take care of leather shoes

Leather shoes can remain your true companions for years and years – if they get the right care. We recommend special shoe cleaners: for smooth and embossed leather, beeswax is best. For suede and nubuck, a gentle lotion does the trick. As shoes can be damaged by moisture, they should be regularly waterproofed and stored in breathable fabric bags rather than plastic ones.

How to take care of leather accessories

Scratches or stains? Always test the appropriate care product – pure beeswax, cleanser or lotion – on a small spot first. Then massage it into the surface using a soft cloth or your thumb. A typical characteristic of cowhide leather: a special patina that comes with wearing. If you would like your bag to age well, do not expose it to extremely high temperatures or too much moisture; suede should be impregnated before using. A tip: never place your bag on a dirty floor, and avoid direct contact with rough surfaces. When you are not using it, store it in a fabric pouch – this way the bag is bound to be your lifelong companion.

Precious, durable and timeless.
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CLOSED Materials Leather

Thinsulate™
Insulation

3M™ Thinsulate™ Recycled Featherless Insulation

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3M™ Thinsulate™ Featherless Insulation is a heavy-duty insulation material made from polyester fibers. The padding is made solely from synthetic threads, not from animal products. We utilise it wherever natural down would otherwise be used to protect from wind and weather – in quilted jackets, vests, winter coats, parkas, and bomber jackets. It brings together the thermal properties of natural down filling with the insulation qualities of synthetic fibers.

Therefore, Closed jackets and coats are as light as down, but feel much softer and are warmer to wear, particularly in wet weather. The functional insulating layer stays fluffy and light, despite rain or snow, and dries quickly. Another plus: 3M™ Thinsulate™ Featherless Insulation can be compressed into a small packing size, takes up little space, and is non-allergenic.

Since Autumn/Winter 2019, we have been using 3M™ Thinsulate™ Recycled Featherless Insulation. It’s made with 100 per cent recycled loose-fill fibers.

% innovative
% recycled loose-fill fibers

How to take care of Thinsulate™

Wash on a delicate cycle and put it in the dryer or have it cleaned: the correct care for your 3M™ Thinsulate™ Recycled Featherless Insulation item depends on the garment’s outer fabric. It is therefore best to follow the instructions on the label.

As light as down, but much softer and warmer.
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CLOSED Materials Thinsulate
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Silk

Silk

  • Crêpe de Chine
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Closed uses crêpe de Chine, a high-quality silk from the Hangzhou province in China, famous for its supple feel and unique colour intensity. Crêpe de Chine is a silk fabric woven with overtwisted weft threads. The result: a material that is subtly crinkled, yet shimmery sleek on the outside, and velvety matt on the inside. While its special surface makes the material stain-defiant and wrinkle-free. Its further advantage: its optimal insulation ability.

How to take care of silk

After wearing, silk garments should be aired and dusted with a dry cloth. When ironing, turn the apparel inside out and smooth it gently at a low temperature while using a fine cotton cloth as an intermediate layer. Stains? It is best to take it to the dry cleaner’s.

Supple feel, unique colour intensity.
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CLOSED Materials Silk
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Knits

Knitwear

  • Cashmere Wool
  • Alpaca Wool
  • Merino Wool
  • Mohair Wool
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The best yarns make the best knits, which is why we work with the finest European yarn manufacturers. We only choose the finest natural fibers for our yarns: cashmere, alpaca and merino. At Closed, we condemn animal abuse and are committed to sustainable production and animal welfare. Our fabric and yarn suppliers assure us that the animal fibers used for Closed products come only from farms that comply with international production guidelines. These define a species-appropriate treatment of animals that naturally excludes such cruel practices as mulesing. We have signed Four Paws’ Brand Letter of Intent to officially call for a mulesing-free wool industry and have already taken many steps to guarantee mulesing-free wool. Season after season, our fabric and yarn suppliers assure us that the animal fibers used for Closed products come only from farms that comply with international production guidelines. These define a species-appropriate treatment of animals. In addition, we demand certificates from our suppliers to prove the origin of all wool or wool-mix yarns and fabrics.

How to take care of your knitwear

Care for our knitwear is easier than you might think. Most Closed pieces can be put into the washing machine and washed on a 30-degree wool cycle using a special detergent (apart from merino wool, where normal detergent is required). Generally, knitwear should be dried flat. Place a towel underneath to avoid leaving a striped pattern from the drying rack. Particularly delicate pieces ought to be turned inside out, put into a laundry bag, and then washed. When you spot those small pills, do not reach for the scissors – use a special pilling comb instead.

Please be sure to check the care label, as some of our knits require special treatments.

The best yarns make the best knits.
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CLOSED Materials Knits
CLOSED Materials Knits

Cashmere Wool

This wool, originating from the undercoat of a certain mountain goat living in the highlands of China, Afghanistan, Mongolia or Iran is never shorn, but instead carefully collected with a special comb every year in spring. Given that each animal only produces between 100 and 200 grams of cashmere per year, wool from four to six goats is needed in order to produce a single Closed sweater. Although harvested in Asia, the finest yarns are spun in Europe, in Italy. With a diameter of 15 to 16 microns (one micron = one thousandth of a millimetre) cashmere is the softest fiber in our wool repertoire.

Alpaca Wool

This type of wool originates from the alpaca, a mountain animal native to the Andes, and is divided into three categories according to the quality of the yarn: “superfine”, “baby” and “royal”. The latter – the finest of all – has a diameter of less than 19 microns. Every two years, only certain parts of the alpaca are shorn to obtain the fleece. This is then spun into a yarn that is renowned for its silky quality and admired for its warmth, which is five times greater than that of conventional wool.

Merino Wool

The finest characteristic of merino wool is its softness: the wool of merino sheep is not only very high in quality, with a fiber diameter of as little as 16.5 microns, but also very soft against the skin. The material is breathable and odour-free, does not scratch, and keeps the body warm even when damp. A true all-rounder that can be used in many ways – in a cosy winter sweater as well as in a light summer shirt.

Mohair Wool

This originates from the angora goat (not to be confused with the angora rabbit). The wool is shiny, with a unique texture – great for ‘special knit effects’. We only work with mohair suppliers who belong to the Mohair South Africa association. This association is committed to a sustainable and ethical mohair industry in South Africa and globally. Mohair South Africa has established sustainability guidelines and cooperates with local farmers and animal welfare organisations. As soon as a member violates the guidelines, they are excluded from the association and are no longer allowed to sell their mohair. Fortunately, the majority of South Africa's 1,000 mohair farms take animal welfare seriously. We have decided to continue using mohair for our products – also because around 30,000 people in South Africa live off the mohair trade.

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Lambskin

Lambskin

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Closed works with one of the leading tanneries, Spanish firm La Doma in Catalonia, near Barcelona. The lambskins used for Closed coats and jackets are 100 per cent by-products of the meat industry, making them ecologically correct. This family company, now in its seventh generation, stands for sustainable practices and decades of experience. Precious furs are sourced from European merino lambs. Traditionally run, La Doma tans their leathers with the idea of environmental sustainability in mind: without bleach and keeping water use low. Our first-class sheepskin also gets top marks when it comes to durability. As with all natural furs, the fine hairs have an innate warmth that insulates and protects from the cold extremely well. What’s more, they are also breathable, and release moisture more quickly than synthetic materials – ideal for use in icy temperatures.

How to take care of Lambskin

Stain-resistant, self-cleaning, and when well cared for, it lasts many years. Lambskin clothing should be aired out after each wearing. Give it light shake regularly to keep dust at bay or detangle when needed with a fine brush. These simple tips will revitalise your pieces, keeping them soft and pleasant to the touch. If lambskin is badly soiled, it should not be machine washed, but taken for professional leather cleaning instead.

Sustainable practices, decades of experience.
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CLOSED Materials Lambskin
Special fabrics
from special partners.
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We only work with the best fabrics the industry has to offer. Some of our suppliers include: Milior and Limonta in Italy, Komatsu Seiren from Japan and Monotex from South Korea.

And even when it comes to buttons or studs, hangtags or labels, zippers or tapes, we always ensure the highest quality possible, working with established experts. Our metal buttons are Cobrax buttons – made in a traditional business in Italy. Our paper hangtags (FSC paper) are from Reca in Italy. The woven labels in our clothes (for example, our fly labels) come from the company Dacor in Wuppertal, Germany. The heat-bonding tape we use for the seams of some of our pants is from the Italian company Framis.

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