Unconventional women's light linen shirt in brown / sand
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Unconventional long women's shirt in earth tones made of light linen. A rarity for all who love exquisite fabrics.
The casual, fluttering women's shirt in a pleasantly warm sandy tone with splashes of green is a tributeto the carefree nature of self-confident women. The flowing cut follows the movements of the wearer and the shirt always presents itself in a new way. Coarse linen fabric that is repeatedly brokenthrough and fringes at the hems stand for a carefree, timeless aesthetic that goes with any style. The transparent material makes it possible to set a wide variety of accents and combine garments in an unconventional way.
The elegant laid-back wabi-sabi philosophy of the Italian designer Cutuli presents itself here from its warm side. The combative side of self-confident women is depicted in the implied hint of the camouflage pattern, which, however, does not want to commit itself in any way. So again everything is open, but remains natural-raw. Expand your own style with this expressive shirt of the avant-garde to show yourself completely. The product can also pass as a longer women's vest, as it makes several interpretations possible, which can creatively influence each other.
eigensinnig wien presents: Extraordinary fashion by Cutuli, a traditional Italian manufacturer.
Calabrian designer Claudio Cutuli comes from an old family of dyers and weavers, so his designs combine traditional craftsmanship with unconventional ideas. The extraordinary aesthetics of the natural materials cotton and linen is shown in a noticeably coarse structure. The rather muted colors gently ground the striking, irregular patterns. In well-known wabi-sabi tradition, the deliberately frayed seams reflect the beauty of incomplete and imperfect things. All unique pieces have an artistic beauty, they gently cover, artfully veil or emphasize the obstinate character of the self-confident wearer. The manufactory is based in picturesque Umbria and is run by Claudio Cutuli and his wife.