Did you know?


"Seersucker" comes from the Persian word "shirsakar," meaning "milk and sugar." A poetic origin, evoking both its softness and texture.

Originating in India, passing through the English Lords before being adopted by American campuses, seersucker is a timeless staple of men's trousers.

A true playground for the House, just like chinos or corduroy, the Engineer manages to add a French touch to this so British fabric...

A material synonymous with lightness

A quick technical point: seersucker is a cotton fabric with a raised weave, giving it a puckered look.

Particularly appreciated by tailoring enthusiasts, seersucker pants are both breathable and lightweight, two precious characteristics in summer.

For maximum comfort, the House always chooses it enriched with stretch fibers.

An engineer's approach

Putting a new spin on tailoring codes, the House plays with cuts and patterns.

It offers seersucker in solid versions with carefully selected colors, adopts a drawstring at the waist, enhances it with stripes or tartans...

It also opts for a less pronounced puckering than on a classic one, for added subtlety.

In BZV3, BZ Plage, or Bermuda shorts, your pants follow your every mood.

Game, style, and match!

Easy to wear, with a touch of originality, the Zins seersucker is the sport chic pinnacle.

Whether for a swing or on the golf green, tennis courts, by the water or on a café’s terrace, it follows the pace of your moods.

Bridging the gap between elegance and casualness, its versatility and comfort make it a summer must-have, in your wardrobe as well as your suitcase, in town or on vacation.