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Tilit Chef Goods Launches Second Installment of Chef Designed Workwear Collaborations with Chef Steven Satterfield

November 16, 2015 Industry News
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Tilit Chef Goods is launching its second Chef Designed Workwear Collaboration installment with Steven Satterfield, executive chef and co-owner of Miller Union (Atlanta), and Author of Root to Leaf: A Southern Chef Cooks Through the Seasons (Harper Wave 2015). The partnership is a part of a larger collaboration series with leading chefs around the country to create new designs for Tilit’s popular chef wear line. Tilit rolled out the first edition of the series earlier this fall with the Baker’s Apron by Boston-based Chef, Joanne Chang.

Tilit is a leader in creating comfortable and stylish work wear for the modern chef and restaurant employee, and the newly launched series enables chefs with the unique opportunity to share their creative thoughts on what makes their uniforms and work clothes more functional.

The Tilit and Chef Satterfield collaborationfuses Steven’s unique attention to detail and simplicity with Tilit’s mission to achieve similar measures through functional and stylish workwear. As part of the collaboration with Chef Satterfield, Tilit will unveil limited edition bib and waist aprons, which feature a U.S. milled Duck canvas, as well as custom accent detail for the neck straps by Marietta, Georgia leathersmith Nathan Martin of Go Forth Goods.

The Limited Edition Steven Satterfield x Tilit Bib Aprons will be available for purchase on tilitchefgoods.combeginning November 16 and will retail at $80. Members of Chef Satterfield’s Miller Union will be donning both aprons at the restaurant as well. 

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