- 100% organic cotton - extra spun
- Knit stitch
- Single jersey stitch
Designed in Denmark, 2017
Knitted and linked in Italy
The organic cotton originates from Turkey and is spun in Italy
Long sleeved polo shirt knitted in single jersey with collar in double pique stitch (milano stitch). The shirt has a regular fit and a front placket with three button closure. The sleeves have ribbed edges and the hem is folded and comes with small side slits. The Polo is tightly knitted on a 12 gauge flat knitting machine with 1 thread extra spun organic cotton. The fully-fashioned knitted parts are linked together for proper even edges and fine inner seams. All assemblies are reinforced with bar tacks to ensure durability. This Polo is knitted in a light quality. The buttons are in corozo - a nut from the tagua plant.
Elvira is 170 cm and wears a size XS in Raw
Jens Peter is 187 cm and wears a size L in Petroleum
Our signature yarn is made from mulesing-free, 100% pure new wool sourced in Patagonia and Uruguay. The wool fibres are collected, carefully cleansed, then worsted to remove short fibres. We give the yarn an extra spin during the spinning process to create a denser, more durable yarn that is far less likely to pill.
Launched in 2016 in collaboration with our spinning mill, we have carefully selected the best wool from brown sheep to achieve an authentic and rich moretta colour. The sheep for our special wool are sheared, then the wool is cleansed, worsted and spun.
Our organic cotton yarn is produced in accordance with the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). The cotton is sourced in Turkey, then spun into our signature yarn in Northern Italy. The cotton fibre we've selected, with our signature extra spin, makes our finished garments more durable and gives a unique, crisp feel.
Indigo dyed yarn
Our indigo yarn is fibre-dyed using natural indigo leaves harvested in France and India. The leaves are combined with supporting herbs to affix the indigo colour to the wool. After dyeing, the fibres are worsted and spun onto cones ready for knitting. We’ve partnered with the only dye house in the world that has a Woolmark certificate for their herb-dyeing process.