Off-white Sake tee shirt

33,33 €

Description :

Sometimes when you look inside the glasses, you have surprises."

- Composition : 100% organic cotton (GOTS certified)

- Color : Off-white

- Straight cut

- Digital printing

- Painting by Elenia Beretta

* Made with love in Portugal *

Olzha is 1m88, weighs 70kg and wears a size M. 

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Elenia Beretta

Elenia Beretta is an Italian illustrator based in Berlin. She has been freelancing since 2012 and composes her poetic and botanical illustrations drawing inspiration from films, old photographs, music, and literature. 


Sake

Created around 2,500 years ago, sake was born with the development of rice production and is one of Japan’s oldest beverages. Originally, its manufacturing was reserved to the priestesses who would chew the rice before leaving it to ferment thanks to the enzymes contained within saliva. Sake was drunk during funeral ceremonies and then made by the imperial court and Shinto monks. Nowadays, it is obtained thanks to an invaluable know-how, as well as high-quality water and rice. 

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Organic cotton certified GOTS

Farmed without GMOs, nor pesticides or chemical fertilisers (agricultural insecticides are replaced by natural fertilisers such as compost, which helps maintain healthy and sustainably productive soil), organic cotton also requires minimal watering since intensive irrigation is not needed. 


The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres comprising of major social and economical aspects. The broad range of criteria and requirements ensures the organic nature of the textiles, from the harvesting of the raw materials to the manufacturing, the packaging, the labelling and the distribution. On a social level, the GOTS label asks businesses to inform their employees of the contents of the minimal social criteria while promising them safe and hygienic working conditions. A non-discrimination clause, the prohibition of child labour, the prohibition of violent or inhumane treatment, an ethical code of conduct, as well as decent working conditions and living wages are all required by the certification scheme. 

More information can be found here: www.global-standard.org