The American dream
Protecting young pilots in the skies of Europe in 1944 or provoking the Establishment with the black leathers worn by Marlon Brando or James Dean in the 1950s, Schott jackets entered American culture and became the standard bearers of the American spirit. An American success story that begins in 1913, with the Irving brothers and Jack Schott, sons of a Russian immigrant, determined to realize their American dream.
From 1928 until today, the history of Schott is marked by many key dates, here are some of them: creation and marketing of the first biker jacket that Irving will call Perfecto, participation in the design of bomber jackets for the US Air Corps and coats in collaboration with the US Navy, creation of jackets for the American Police as well as the creation of the first goose feather parkas.
Birth of Irving Schott in New-York
New York, the Schott brothers opened their first manufacturing plant: their functional and solid clothing was immediately successful.
The Perfecto becomes legendary thanks to Marlon Brando in "The Wild Team" and James Dean in "The fury of living".
The Army and "Outdoor" models triumph.
SCHOTT's must-haves are in the news more than ever.
An iconic brand
Over time, Schott has never stopped perfecting all of his iconic models. Schott is universally recognized as a key player and a major influencer in the fashion and artistic world. Today, the Schott family at their New Jersey plant still lives up to the core values of founder Irving as they wait to welcome the fifth generation of Schott.