Kowtow Collector Shirt is a loose fitting shirt made from a lightweight organic cotton canvas.
The Kowtow Collector Shirt features a rounded collar, deep raglan sleeve, single front patch pocket, and is finished with a curved hem and contrast white stitching.
This Kowtow collection has been inspired by the works of Yves Klein, Donald Sultan and Bridget Riley. Melding clean lines with a symphony of colour, the collection is enhanced by new fabric developments.
Available in XS, S, M, L.
Kowtow Collector Shirt is an oversized fit. The model Sanne is 175cm/5'9" tall and is wearing size S.
The Kowtow Collector Shirt is made from sustainable materials. Kowtow cotton is organically farmed and free from chemical sprays and genetically modified seeds to benefit the soil and farmers.
Kowtow is a New Zealand brand that makes a conscious decision to only use renewable & sustainable fibres and ethical manufacturing to deliver collections that are utilitarian and minimal.
Founded by Gosia Piatek in New Zealand, the contemporary fashion line uses only 100% fair trade certified cotton and works hard to ensure their employees from Kolkata, India receive fair wages and employee benefits.
100% Organic Cotton Canvas.
We recommend cold machine wash, inside out. Line dry.
We offer free UK delivery on all orders over £25 & free international delivery on all orders over £50 when the parcel weighs up to 2kgs.
On 1st January 2021, all countries outside of the UK will be automatically VAT-free at checkout. This means the listed price on products with VAT included will be reduced by 20% when you checkout. You may be charged import taxes and handling fees as set by your country when the items arrive. The taxes in the UK have been removed from your order so your country will charge you taxes on arrival. Please note: VAT free items such as books, tea, coffee and some food items already exclude VAT at checkout.
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