Crafted by Delikatessen

Feel Good Speckled Blue Linen Shirt

$ 213
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From their converted farm in Burgundy, European fashion brand Delikatessen takes a natural approach when it comes to designing their shirts and garments. They choose the best organic or recycled materials, and produce high quality, simple pieces using by-hand techniques. The Feel Good Linen Shirt is a lightweight summer shirt in 100% linen.

Order now to receive by 18 May - 24 May

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Description

Delikatessen is a European fashion brand that’s big on the little things – like their dedication to hand-chosen, premium materials and small batch craftsmanship. Each collection makes fabric the focus, using only the best from across Europe and Japan. The Feel Good Shirt Speckled Blue Linen was made for warm summers – it's got a slightly loose, relaxed fit that's airy and comfortable, crafted from breathable 100% fine Italian linen. The sustainably sourced mother-of-pearl buttons add a touch of luxe, and there's an inside chest pocket too – subtle and secure. Dress up or down, with chinos or jeans.

Story

Delikatessen is a European fashion brand specialising in all things natural – the world around us, and their premium fabrics. Their motto is high quality in small quantities, so they use only the best hand-picked fabrics – chosen for their touch, comfort and weight. And their pieces are tailored while remaining comfortable, and innovative while honouring real craftsmanship. The creative founders work from a studio on a farm they restored in Burgundy, France. This rich local environment influences their collections, which have an organic look – from their tones to their materials. And in turn, they help protect the environment through a dedication to timeless collections that last a lifetime.

Features

• Fine Italian Fabric, 100% Linen, • Delicate Structure in Speckled Blue Color, • One Inside Chest Pocket, • Natural Mother-Of-Pearl Buttons

Special Care

Linen can be machine-washed. Please avoid tumble drying as it destroys the fabric.