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This navy crewneck sweater is crafted on old loop wheeler machines in the Southern Germany, using 100% high-quality, fair trade cotton. With a timeless, comfortable cut, and heavy cloth, inspired by the 60's and 70's, it’s built to last. Its heavy material and high-end production revives traditional values combined with a modern touch.
The sweater is limited to fifty pieces, and comes with an embroidered "YES TO ALL" stick. It relates to Der Greif 14, published in collaboration with Swiss artist Sylvie Fleury. The graphics have been conceived by Munich based graphic designer Paul Putzar and quote works of Fleury, as well as 90s computer interface design.
This crewneck sweater is designed by Lenz von Johnston, ex top model who left the fashion industry a couple of years ago for being fed up with the completely unsustainable life-cycle of traditional fashion. Whilst being on the road a lot, he was always on the lookout for cozy, yet comfy basics. He continued his quest to find an infrastructure that brings together quality, craft and sustainability. He found it on Schwäbische Alb, in a traditional production facility that still uses loopwheeler machines, processing 100% pure cotton without any plastic. His items are built to last, and come with a playful aesthetic of embroidered or screen-printed graphics.
We offer international shipping with tracking and insurance. In case you return the item, we reimburse you the product costs (if the product is without any damage), but not the initial shipping costs or the costs for sending back. We advise you to send back the product with tracked and insured shipping.