Model is 6'2.
100% Linen with digital printed illustration by Masha.
Adjustable shoulder strap with silver buckle
Two back pockets, one side pocket and a hook
Ceramic mixed with coconut shell buttons
Made in our studio in London, Shoreditch E1
Dry clean only
Questions about fit? email: email@example.com
The Freetown print explores everyday life in Sierra Leone's capital city through textiles & illustrations. The print is inspired by Mamie Bakie, our founder's grandmother, a fruit and vegetable trader.
In this collaboration Labrum and illustrator Masha Karpushina showcase the individual aspects of working lives; from the mountains to that of the sea, with each part of playing a critical role in the harmonious ecosystem.
Highlighted in the illustrations are fishermen, farmers and traders working to make end meet, capturing the essence of a common goal in Freetown and cities alike:
'Work to live'
Commitment to Responsible Best Practices
Labrum is committed to responsible best practices and operates on a lean manufacturing basis to minimise unnecessary inventory build-up and wastage of material. We use data prediction and analysis to pre-order and manufacture our products and, in certain circumstances, this may lead to a short delay in you receiving the product you have ordered. If this is the case, we will notify you in writing.
Where possible Labrum London will choose to upcycle any excess inventory or materials for its next collection.
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How to measure
- Chest: Measure under your arms at the fullest part of your bust. Keep the tape level.
- Waist: measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose. This is the narrowest part of the body between the ribs and the hips.
- Hip: stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.