Navy Bol tee shirt

37,50 €

Description :

“A chic t-shirt to show that like us you love Phở.” 

- Composition : 100% organic cotton (GOTS certifed)

- Color : Navy

- Slightly larg collar

- Rolled up sleeves

- Embroidery by Julie Guillem

* Made with love in Portugal *

Claire is 1m73 tall, weights 57kg and wears a size M.

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Julie Guillem

Born in La Rochelle, Julie Guillem has always loved colour, and illustration is part of her DNA. She works using a mix of linocut printing, stencils, ink or even watercolour, creating simple, poetic and colourful illustrations.

Phở noodle soup

Phở, pronounced like the “feu “in “pot-au-feu”, is the dish which is most representative of  Vietnamese gastronomy. The soup is made up of a simple broth which is cooked for a few hours, rice noodles, chunks of beef or chicken and a sprinkling of spring onions. It can be ordered  throughout the day from street vendors.

/La Citation

“A chic t-shirt to show that like us you love Phở.” 

Organic cotton

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. 

GOTS certification

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. 

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