Local Production
NWHR

Bunny Mask Grey T-Shirt

£34.00

Relaxed cut organic cotton t-shirt celebrating the Galician "O Entroido" festival. Limited edition [250 pieces]

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Material

100% Organic Cotton

Fit
Specifications

210 gsm heavyweight cotton

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.

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Delivery

Free UK delivery 3-5 working days from dispatch 

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

Description

Behind the Mask Face design lies “O Entroido”, one of the most famous Galician festivals. NWHR’s collaboration with Marco Oggian celebrates their hometown’s festival in classic streetwear style. Oversized silhouettes cut from durable, organic cotton fabric with bold illustrations by Marco to finish.

The collection features 4 pieces, each with their own masked style, all made in Northern Portugal, less than 200km from NWHR’s offices. Less carbon, more culture.

SIZING

  • Oversized fit. NWHR's tees run slightly large, so your size depends on whether you want a tighter or looser fit.

Compare these product measurements to a similar garment you already own.
Take all measurements from the outside, with the garment lying flat.

 

 SizeChest (cm)Body length (cm)
S52.5
 
69.5
M5572
L57.5

 

74.5

XL60

 

77

 

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Returns or exchanges:
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Product Footprint

Product Footprint

Strong Points

Made in Portugal 

Made with organic cotton 

Brand visits factory regularly

Bunny Mask Grey T-Shirt footprint

People

90% of NWHR’s clothes, including their t-shirts, are made by GBTX in Northern Portugal. The factory is 190km from NWHR’s offices allowing the team to visit regularly. NWHR share that it is a family run business with a good working environment. The factory is GOTS certified and audited by SMETA for labour standards.

NWHR’s 2nd, 3rd and 4th tier suppliers (fabric, yarn and cotton) are also GOTS certified.

NWHR is a team of 5, four women and one man. Employees have flexibility to work from home or the office as suits their routine and enjoy 30 days of vacation compared to the 22 days allowed by Spanish law. NWHR is committed to being an inclusive business and actively support the LGTBI community in their social networks. 

Planet

NWHR only works with heavy fabrics over 210gsm, using high quality organic yarns that are not dyed with harmful chemicals. This means their clothing is crafted to last.

Certified organic cotton protects the environment and also farmers who may suffer ill health when coming into contact with the intensive fertilisers and pesticides used in conventional cotton production.

NWHR only uses vegan dyes. The washing and dyeing takes place at GBTX where a solar plant in the factory heats the water and this accounts for 35% of the total energy use of the factory. The laundry also has a water treatment plant that allows almost all of the water used in the treatment of fabrics to be reused in a closed system.

Country of origin

Suppliers

Greenprinting Ltd, Portugal: Screen printing (water based inks)

Gabitex, Portugal: Cut and Sew, Washing and Dyeing (GOTS, OEKO TEX, SEDEX)

Evetimol, Portugal: Yarn and Fabric (GOTS, OEKO TEX, SEDEX)

Turkey: Organic Cotton (GOTS)

Areas For Development

NWHR cite ‘self-criticism and the desire to improve’ as fundamental values of the business. They would like to explore the use of additional lower impact fabrics such as hemp and Pyratex. In addition they would like to see the factories they work with increase the % of renewable energy they use and change all their lights to LEDs.

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