A Tricot is a much more than a sweater.

We have one mission at Tricot: making people proud to wear sweaters again. This is why our tricots combine comfort, style and ethics, so you never have to compromise.

"Tricot" means sweater in French. And if there is ONE thing that does characterise French people, it's their research of inflexible quality and love for knockout basics you can wear forever. In that way, our tricots are very, very French.

The Manifesto

We spend ages trying to find the perfect sweater. The one that we can wear with everything. The one that will make all the difference. But when the quality was on fleek, the cut was overlooked.

When the cut was good, ethic were more than questionable.
And when ethic was there, style was not so great.

Today, at Tricot, we create the sweaters we've always dreamt of. Those that our wardrobes have always been missing. And we're pretty sure your wardrobe is missing them too - isn't it?
Our vision of Tricot is a perfect cut, studied in the slightest details, from raglan sleeves for both style and comfort to our signature contrast trim.

Tricot sweaters live with your, evolve with your style, and can be worn with both a 501 levis jeans and an elegan suit. It fits any style and follows you everywhere: from the office to the beach, from a hiking session to your favorite coffee shop. Smart or chic, simple or trendy, oversized or fitted, it's up to you.

We chose the best materials and the most talented knitters so that you can wear your Tricot sweater everyday, and forever. Oh, and we almost forgot - it's obviously sustainable too (because hey, we're in 2022).
There is almost nothing missing in a Tricot - except for you. (to wear it the way you want to).

The Founders

Tricot was founded by two longstanding friends with a common ambition: creating sweaters that feel good and act for good. Tricot is the result of their own expertises: knack for innovation, tech and efficiency for Tom Lehman, co-founder of Genius. Fashion sense, aesthetics and refinement for Rémi de Laquintane, photographer and creative director. This perfect match shows in the Tricot creations, that embody this common obsession for high-quality clothes and new digital experiences.