The Subbotnik shirt is inspired by, and named after, a traditional Soviet day of unpaid volunteer work typically held on weekends. Subbnotiks are mostly organised to fix public amenities, collect recyclable materials or perform other community services.
I decided to take a leap and start offering a small selection of Xenia’s clothing at Hato Store in 2021, after seeing her clothes through her agency here in London. Her knitwear really struck a chord with us in terms of its feel and form. It’s made to be worn day in, day out, like a hug from a good friend.
Emete, Brand Director
Colour: Blue Materials: 100% Japanese Cotton Care: Machine washable at 30°. Hand-washing recommended. Not suitable for tumble drying.
Note: Clothing items in the sale can only be returned in exchange for another item(s) or offered a store credit note/gift card for the total amount.