We imagine that one of our heroes, artist, Louise Bourgeois, would have worn her own version of this shirt while creating in her studio. Made from a light weight, 100% GOTS certified cotton lawn. It has a classic & traditional shape with modern details. Features are a classic shirt collar and two front pockets. Drop shoulder with generous cut & relaxed fit that allows for easy movement. Button front with 6 buttons on front placket. Subtle gathers at front collar, back yolk, & sleeve cuffs. A line cut and side slits. Color will vary due to hand dyed nature. Organic farming supports regional fair labor, clean water and healthy soil.
3% of your purchase goes to one of the organizations on our Allies page.
Made in our Los Angeles studio.
Size 1 (S/M)
Size 2 (M/L)
Lightly pre washed for softness and comfort. Hand or machine wash, gentle cycle.
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