"Bayanihan" Patch T-Shirt£47.00
Bayanihan (Filipino) - the spirit of communal unity, work and cooperation to achieve a particular goal
100% Organic Cotton
This t-shirt is oversized, a little longer in the body and sleeve. It's also a little heavier and more substantial than Idioma's usual tee. You may wish to buy a smaller size if you prefer things more fitted.See Product Measurements
190 GSM heavy-weight stonewashed cotton
Care: Wash at or below 30°c, Do not tumble dry. Iron medium (max. 150 °c).
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UK: Free delivery 3-5 working days from dispatch
Bayanihan (Filipino) - the spirit of communal unity, work and cooperation to achieve a particular goal. The patch features the the ancient Filipino script Tagalog. The characters spell Bayanihan and the design depicts a group working together in unison to move a friend's house. Maybe somewhere here is a lesson for us all. Within the community, we can move houses, politics, and maybe even mountains? Idioma is a family run business with a global fan base. Designer Seth Banks and linguist Halle Banks champion World culture with unique prints on organic fabrics.
IDIOMA UNISEX OVERSIZED T-SHIRT
- This t-shirt is oversized, a little longer in the body and sleeve. It's also a little heavier and more substantial than Idioma's usual tee. You may wish to buy a smaller size if you prefer things more fitted.
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Idioma work with a sourcing partner that help emerging brands to source ethically and sustainably. The factory where this t-shirt is cut and sewn is located in Tamil Nadu, India and is visited regularly by the partner. All overtime work at the factory is voluntary and audits report that 60% of workers do not carry out overtime. Read the FWF report here.
Organic cotton helps farmers escape the health risks and financial burden of toxic chemicals involved in conventional cotton production. It also helps wider communities by maintaining (rather than draining) the local water supply and keeping it clean.
The organic cotton this t-shirt is made from was planted and harvested by hand, in a region where cotton farming in predominantly rain fed.
Factory where the t-shirt is cut and sewn is powered entirely by renewable solar and wind energy (most of which comes from 30 massive wind turbines).
Cut and sew: Tamil Nadu, India (Fair Wear Foundation, GOTS)
Organic cotton: India (GOTS)
Patch: GB Labels, UK