AVA T-shirt

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Our AVA T-shirt is the centerpiece of our NEVEREND collection. As a post-humanity survivor, our frog Ava is crouched on a little stone, slightly off scale, safely hidden under a frosty glass arch. Scribbled signs all over her back are the last signs of the humanity that once was: a flower, a heart, games and painted nails. She looks curious;y into a bright future. The sky is blue and clouds are reflected in her eyes. Life after humanity still has hope. 

  •   color: natural raw, caramel
  •   material: 100% organic cotton 
  •   print: digital print on the front
  •   loose fit, unisex
  •  certified with ‘Fair Wear’, ‘Vegan - Peta approved’, ‘Gots’ and ‘Oeko tex’.

This shirt has a comfortable loose fit and the cut is unisex. For a casual look we would style it with Jeans, and it also looks great oversized with a skirt or dress. To ornament it, we advise wearing the shirt with one of our Courtney or Spencer necklaces.


Designed by the 3D artist Tabitha Swanson, printed in Berlin

 

SIZES:

S: Half Chest 54,5cm / Body Length: 67,5 cm / Sleeve Length: 22cm

M:  Half Chest 57,5cm / Body Length: 71 cm / Sleeve Length: 23cm

L:  Half Chest 60,5cm / Body Length: 73 cm / Sleeve Length: 24cm

XL:  Half Chest 63,5cm / Body Length: 75 cm / Sleeve Length: 24cm

XXL:  Half Chest 66,5cm / Body Length: 77 cm / Sleeve Length: 25cm

Why choose us?

☞ Product

We design and produce all our pieces in Berlin, Germany.

Each product is high quality and long lasting.

We guarantee to repair or replace each items with faults.

☞ Responsibility

We are focussing on minimal waste by dispensing prototypes if we can and are using patterns that produce almost zero off cuts.

The majority of our pieces are custom made to avoid stock.

We use as many deadstock fabrics as possible and recently introduced a line using only recycled garments.

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