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Model size: The model is 178 cm tall and wears size 36.
Made in Bulgaria
Shell: 44% Linen, 38% Polyester, 16% Viscose, 2% Elastane
Lining: 1st Lining: 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton, 2nd Lining: 100% Polyester
Care instructions: Dry clean only.
|Size||Length||Shoulder Width||Bust||Waist||Hip||Sleeve Length|
Average Body Measurement (in cm)
|upper arm girth||25||26||27||28||29.5||31||32.5||34|
|shoulder to shoulder width||35||36||37||38||40||41||42||43|
|waist to floor (outside leg)||106||106||106||106||106||106||106||106|
|crotch to floor (inside leg)||80||80||80||80||80||80||80||80|
Have you ever wondered how viscose is made? The raw material is usually wood pulp, which is chemically treated and transformed during a spinning process into viscose fibres. We only use viscose from producers which have been rated “Green Shirt” in Canopy’s Hot Button ranking . This means they have been audited by non-profit forest protection organisation Canopy according to strict environmental criteria, and received the highest scores for their raw material sourcing. We are committed to protecting the world’s Ancient and Endangered Forests, and sourcing only "Green Shirt" viscose is an important step in this direction. Together with Canopy we are working hard to improve our viscose sourcing further, to foster change in the market and to promote lower-impact Next Generation fibres.
This garment is (partly) made of linen. Derived from one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world, flax, linen has been around for thousands of years. It is a naturally eco-friendly material, as flax plants are highly productive, do not require fertilizers nor irrigation and can be grown on marginal land unsuitable for food production. Linen fibres are long, meaning the fabric is resistant and long-lasting. The fibres are thicker than those of cotton, which gives linen its distinguishable structure. We love that linen ages beautifully.