- Made in Europe
- Organic Cotton
Two of our most beloved natural materials join forces to create the Tokunoshima, a jersey shirt whose long sleeve design is somehow lightweight, breathable and cosy all at once.
Beautiful yarn dye stripe design. Regular fit.
Designed in Barcelona. Crafted in Portugal.
- 65% linen and 35% organic cotton
- Pesticide free and reduced water waste
- Temperature regulating properties
- Sustainable corozo buttons
The model’s height is 1.74m and she is wearing a size S.
Europe, UK and Switzerland: 1-10 working days.
Norway: up to 14 days.
USA: 3 to 10 working days.
For pre-order items, add the above delivery time for your region to the dispatch date.
For orders over 60€, we offer FREE standard delivery to European countries. For orders under 60€, delivery will cost 4.90€.
*No delivery is available to the Canary Islands
For orders over 60£, we offer free standard delivery to the UK.
For orders under 60£, delivery will cost 9.90£.
For orders over 100CHF, we offer free standard delivery to Switzerland.
For orders under 100CHF, delivery will cost 9.90CHF.
For orders over 1,120NOK, we offer free standard delivery to Norway.
For orders under 1,120NOK, delivery will cost 111NOK.
In Norway, import taxes will be applied and are determined by customs. We do not cover or foresee customs handling fees for Norway. Switzerland and the UK (including Northern Ireland) are now exempt from such fees.
Delivery cost to USA: 9$. Free shipping for orders over 200$.
Paid 24h Express Shipping available on EU orders.
For the EU, UK and Switzerland all displayed prices include respective VAT charges. VAT rates may vary between EU countries.
HOW CAN I MAKE A RETURN?
The way you make a return will depend on your location. Please consult our FAQs for full details.
Nature needs nurture. And so do you.
Beautifully pure and oh-so soft, organic cotton is grown with care instead of chemicals. A healthier fabric.
That might sound odd but going organic ensures the well-being of the workers who pick cotton by hand, the environment, and ultimately your skin. The final fabric is not only highly breathable but free of synthetic fertilisers and pesticides. Compared to conventional cotton, organic cotton is better for soil health and land productivity. Water is managed in a more sustainable way.
An organic approach is clearly of necessity and also avoids the greenhouse gas emissions of pesticide production.
Doesn’t know its own strength.
Nature’s toughest fabric, linen manages to soften with every wash while staying strong. Don’t believe us? The oldest dress in the world is made of linen!
Today we think it deserves more attention. Light and cool due to temperature regulation properties, linen is the unsung hero of summer. And brilliantly sustainable.
It starts out as flax, a plant that takes water from natural sources, grows with limited application of pesticides and is often used in its entirety - wasting nothing. Much kinder to the earth than cotton, and all the more luxurious.
Love life in linen.