Fairtrade
Knowledge Cotton Apparel

Oxford Logo Shirt

£80.00

Danish designed oxford shirt made with fairly traded organic cotton

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Material

97% Organic Cotton

3% Elastane

Fit
Specifications

Button down collar 

Small owl logo

Clothing Care

As a consumer you can reduce your impact significantly* by taking care of your clothes.

We recommend that to save water, reduce detergent usage, reduce energy consumption and to extend the life of this garment that you wash it as infrequently as is practical.

*wearing your clothes for 9 months longer can reduce carbon, water and waste footprints by 20-30% each.

Group 21
Delivery

Free UK delivery 5-10 working days from dispatch 

Dispatched from the designer in Denmark - no customs fees should be charged

Since Brexit, parcels can take longer to go through UK Customs and so express delivery is not available on this item

Description

Smart, stylish and sustainable. Knowledge Cotton Apparel's Oxford shirts are made with 3% elastane for that added ease and comfort. The tone on tone logo for each colourway gives it a sophisticated finish and a seal of sustainable approval!

Danish menswear brand KCA use cutting edge technologies to create organic garments that never compromise comfort nor quality!

SIZING

  • Fits true to size. Take your normal size
  • Casual Fit
  • Measurements in the chart are of the human body rather than the garment.

All sizes are approximate and may vary slightly within KCA's range! 

 Size
A - 1/2 Chest (cm)
B - Length Centre Back (cm)
C - Sleeve Length (cm)
D - Neck Circumference (cm)
XS 48 72
63 - 64
38.5
S 51
73
64 - 65
40
M 54 74
65 - 66
41.5
L 57
75
66 - 67
43
XL 60
76
67-68 44.5
XXL 63 77
68 - 69
46
XXXL 66
78
69 - 70
47.5

 

Still not sure about your perfect size and fit?
Our team can provide detailed information for any of our products:
orders@brotherswestand.com

Returns or exchanges:
Please try items in the comfort of your own home. If they are not right for you, return them here

 

Product Footprint

Product Footprint

Strong Points

Fairly traded organic cotton

Fair factory

CO2 Savings

Knowledge Cotton Apparel Oxford Logo Shirt footprint

People

Dibella’s mission is to improve the livelihoods of small-scale, marginalised cotton farmers and textile workers. The factory is GOTS, Fairtrade and BSCI compliant. Dibella employs 420 workers, 97% of whom are women.

The organic cotton is Fair-trade certified and sourced from Chetna Organic who work with marginalised farmers from Maharashtra, Odessa and Andhra Pradesh towards improving their livelihoods and making farming a sustainable occupation.

Dibella runs a number of social projects called ‘sustainable development pillars’, these have a particular focus on women and children. The first pillar invests in education; providing equipment and resources to local schools. The second focuses on hygiene; by providing medical care, check ups and training on personal hygiene, particularly for women. This pillar is very important to Dibella and hygiene procedures have been upgraded due to Covid-19. The third pillar gives training in sustainable farming techniques and the fourth focuses on female empowerment. This is done through providing additional training opportunities to the women who work in the factory. 

Planet

Organic virgin cotton protects the environment and health of farmers from the damaging intensive fertilisers and pesticides conventionally used.

Knowledge Cotton Apparel's second and third tier suppliers (fabrics and raw materials) are based in the same geographical region as products are cut and sewn. The reduces the carbon footprint of their products compared to other fashion supply chains where it is common for inputs to cross back and forth around the world. 

Country of origin

Suppliers

Organic cotton: India (Fair-trade certified)

Shirt: Cut and sewn in India by Dibella Ltd (GOTS, SA8000 certified factory)

Areas For Development

GOTS living wage policy currently only requires that national legal standards are met. We’d love to see KCA collaborate with an organisation like the Fair Wear Foundation to advance the complex topic of a real living wage for garment workers.

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