Subbotnik shirt by Xenia Telunts
The Subbotnik shirt is inspired by and named after "Subbotnik" - the days of volunteer unpaid work on weekend after the October Revolution. Subbnotiks are mostly organised for fixing public amenities, collecting recyclable materials and other community services. The idea of a community coming together to volunteer and improve its common spaces.
Materials: Japanese cotton & feature corozo buttons.
Made in the UK
Care: Cold or hand-wash only.
Xenia Telunts is a designer working in England and using local manufacturing and organic materials while practicing low and zero waste pattern cutting techniques to make gender-neutral clothing in an ethical way.
Small: 63cm Width 74cm Length
Sleeves(measured from collar to cuff): 71cm
Medium: Pit to pit: 64cm x Length: 74cm
Sleeves(measured from collar to cuff): 72cm
Large: Pit to pit: 67cm x Length: 75cm
Sleeves(measured from collar to cuff): 74cm
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