Irene. Reversible Top. Asymmetrical Hem

Irene. Reversible Top. Asymmetrical Hem

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Regular price $150.000,00 ARS
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Price
Regular price $150.000,00 ARS
Regular price Sale price $150.000,00 ARS
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
Color
Tamaño
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DESCRIPTION Round-neck reversible top with an uneven finish. On one side, it is made from undyed organic cotton threads woven on a loom. On the other side, with organic indigo-colored hemp.
DETAILS - 100 % organic cotton / 100 % organic hemp
- reversible
- uneven finish
FIT - it can be worn with a shirt or t-shirt underneath
CARE INSTRUCTIONS - machine-wash, cold water
- do not tumble-dry
- do not bleach
MATERIALS

Organic cotton uses no transgenic seeds nor synthetic pesticides. Organic cotton production eliminates the use of toxic chemicals (agents) and genetincally modified organisms, therefore impoving the health of soil, people, animals and insects. In comparison to conventional cotton, organic cotton energy consumption is 63 % lower, has 46 % less global warming potential. A peer-reviewed analysis by Textile Exchange and Life Cycle Analysis concluded that an average-sized T-shirt saves 1982 gallons of water when compared to one made with chemically grown cotton. Additionally, organic cotton is handpicked, which reduces energy use and enhances product quality. 

Only 0.9% of global cotton production is organic.

Our cotton provider is GOTS certified. This cotton was grown and spun in Peru and woven in Argentina.

Organic Hemp

​​Hemp grows fast and strong from rainfall irrigation alone, needs no synthetic herbicides nor pesticides, and can be cultivated for a very long time without damaging the soil. 

Hemp is a biodegradable, fresh, fresco, breathable material that can absorb up to 20 % of its weight in water and it releases humidity quickly. It is also extremely resistant to salt water, mold, and dew, which made it very popular during the 19th century as a material for marine apparel.

Our hemp was grown, spun, and woven in Romania. European hemp is known for its high-quality fiber.

ABOUT IRENE  

 

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