Provider of Bespoke and Off The Peg Uniforms, Workwear and Safetywear
Founded in 1948, The Cepovett group is composed of four brands, Cepovett Safety, Cepovett Technologies, Lafont and Ox’Bridge. These different product ranges cover the professional clothing market in its entirety. PPE protective Clothing, Workwear, and Corporatewear, as well as technological accessories and products.
The Cepovett group is responsible for dressing millions of professionals in the work place, and with a vast array of clients, such as Airlines, Airports, FM Companies, Hotel Chains, Rail Companies, to name a few, our products can be seen all around.
Already with a Global market, but operated from France, in 2020, a decision was made to expand and establish offices, and teams across the globe, the first being the UK, with an office and warehouse, and following – Germany, Holland, USA, Canada, Australia, with the Middle East being the latest.
We have our own factories in Madagascar and Mainland Africa, allowing us to plan production slots, and optimise lead times in terms of delivery.
We are incredibly concerned with environmental issues and our impact on the environment, so for the past 7 years we have been carrying out an ambitious reforestation project in Madagascar, planting almost 40,000 trees per year. We also utilise solar energy in Madagascar and working with Fairtrade, have developed recyclable fabrics, yarns and even circular garments for clients, allowing worn out uniforms to be collected, recycled and transformed into thermal and acoustic insulation.
Jean-Charles De Castelbajac x Paris Aéroport
Paris vous aime », a collection composed like a song
“Drawing uniforms for Paris Aéroport is like building bridges between travellers and the Paris Aéroport family, between Paris and the world. Between the runways and the boarding, between holidays and work. It is guided by the desire to think the uniform out of its pure function, as a living reflection of French elegance, chic and quirky, to think of it as a “new” basic, desirable also to the travellers. Highlighting the logo is at the basis of our thought process, making it a human and visual tie. The wardrobe, technical, medical, should be read in the end like the score of a given song. ”