SAWA T-SHIRT birds of warsaw

sewn in Łódź

81.00 $

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LIMITED EDITION This t-shirt has a smart neckline, draping beautifully on shoulders and bosoms of any given size. It highlights the waist without wrapping tackily around it. We cut it to a lenght we really like, just a bit oversized, allowing you to gather it up or tuck it under your belt. It will lend a little nonchalance even to the most formal pencil skirt, but if you’d rather wear it with shorts on a scorching hot afternoon, go ahead! We sewed the T-shirt from top-quality soft viscose, a material obtained from natural cellulose fibres. It’s our favourite kind of knitwear, as it is not just comfy and lightweight, but also vegan on top of all that.

Who’s responsible for designing Birds of Warsaw print? Paweł Palikot. ‘The print is based on Shin hanga japanese xylograph (‘New Prints’), which got stuck in my head quite a while ago. I focused on Koson Ohara’s birds. I wanted them to be intense, exotic even. Cause when you take a look at birds like kingfisher, golden oriole or great tit, you see that they are so expressive and colorful, just like the ones you see in tropical countries. It’s just that we don’t usually have a chance or take time to look at them and take notice.’ says Paweł. Let this print treat you well and travel with you to countless places.

Content: 93% viscose, 7% elastane.
Fabric made in Łódź.
The t-shirt was sewn in Łódź.
Wash inside out in gentle cycle at 30 degrees, using a mild detergent; don't bleach; don’t tumble dry; don't dry clean.
• Go up a size if you prefer loose-fitting tees.
• Suitable for pregnant moms; it will cover the belly even in your ninth month.
• Each piece has a unique print alignment.
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