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THE BLACK PAPILLON T-SHIRT
THE BLACK PAPILLON T-SHIRT
Regular price 65 €
Sale price 65 €
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The model wears a size L and is 1.90m tall.
Delivery expected between 22th and 31st
July

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What is the GOTS label?

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certification ensures that the textile product meets strict standards for the organic origin of fibers and environmental and social criteria throughout the supply chain.

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DESCRIPTION :

This garment is made in France, in our partner workshops.

This Papillon t-shirt is made from 100% GOTS* certified cotton jersey . Its thick fabric (300g/m² ) ensures a hold that resists the passage of time and washing. The cut is slightly loose, for a relaxed look. The collar is made of a thick ribbed edge, also GOTS certified.

COMPOSITION
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  • Jersey (main material): 100% GOTS certified cotton
    Ribbing (collar material): 97% cotton, 3% elastane (GOTS certified material)

  • DETAILS
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    • French made
    • straight cut
    • Weight: 300g/m²
    • Papillon printing front placement
    • GOTS certified fabrics
  • TRACEABILITY
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    • Cotton grown and harvested in India
    • Fabrics designed and produced in Türkiye
    • Manufacturing (cutting, assembly) carried out in France
    • Printing made in France

    INTERVIEW
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  • To keep your t-shirt as long as possible, it is important to maintain it carefully. Opt for washing at 30°C maximum, grouping similar colors together. Remember to turn it over before placing it in the machine, thus promoting optimal color retention over time. Do not put your t-shirt in the dryer, and choose to dry it in the open air, which is more respectful of the fibers making up the fabric.

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