Laser print long-neck, sleeveless top made from recovered deadstock thread. Color blue.

Ref. NJ0593

100% Cotton. 

These pieces are made from recovered indigo dyed deadstock thread which would have otherwise gone to waste. 

Initiatives like reusing materials, upcycling and creating pieces from deadstock fabric change environmental production impacts significantly. 

This laser printed capsule is also part of our ongoing project towards finding innovative and sustainable resources to create with. 

Laser printing saves water, energy and chemical products compared to other traditional garment printing. 

Made in Spain.

In order of appearance: Maria (1,82m) and Molly (1,76m) are wearing size S. Felix (1,83m) is wearing size L.

These measurements in cm are taken flat from seam to seam. We recommend you compare them with a piece you have at home and check our size guide online if you have any doubts.

Total length103105106107107,5
Inseam length7778,57979,579,5

These particular pieces are made of indigo-dyed thread which can fade naturally. 

Optimum care

Hand wash individually/Do not bleach/Do not tumble dry/Low iron max.110ºC/Dry clean/Iron inside out/Wear and store with similar colors. 

Care more

Washing: Turn your piece inside out and hand wash individually in cold water only; avoid stretching or twisting the garment during the process and remove directly from the water when finished. 

Drying: Lay knits on a dry towel and press carefully to remove any excess water, place it flat in its original shape to help dry evenly, use a dark towel for this process. Once dry, fold and do not hang. Store along with similar colors as Indigo can fade onto lighter colors 

Steaming: If you need to iron, turn your piece inside out and use the steam at 110 heat, avoid pressing the iron directly onto the fabric. We suggest gently moving the garment around while steaming for it to mold into its original shape. 

Stains: Gently clean the area with a cloth dipped in cold water and soap. 

Holes: We recommend mending any small holes to prevent them from getting any bigger. 

Taking care of your pieces will make them last much longer while still looking good :)