Linen Agnes Top


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A Summer reissue of our artist smock inspired by artist, Agnes Martin. Made from a striped medium weight linen. It has a classic & traditional shape with modern details. Features are a banded shirt collar, high low hem, with high side slits. Drop shoulder with generous A line cut & relaxed fit that allows for easy movement. Button front with 5 buttons on front placket. Subtle gathers at front collar, back yolk, & sleeve cuffs. 

Made in our Los Angeles studio.

Flora Animalia supports Mercy for Animals.

Size S/M

  • Length from high point shoulder 33"
  • Across chest 53"
  • Across shoulders edge to edge 19"
  • Sleeve length 33" 

Size M/L

  • Length from high point shoulder 34"
  • Across chest 54.5"
  • Across shoulders edge to edge 19.5"
  • Sleeve length 33.5"

      Lightly pre washed for softness and comfort.  Hand or machine wash, gentle cycle.

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      Los Angeles, CA 90046

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