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Men´s kimono

290.00

Linen kimono with no lining for men, which has two sewn on pockets. Sleeve hems and coats hem unfinished. Linen fabric have approximately 10% shrinking tendency. Material: 100% linen Care: machine wash 30°C, very low or no spin-dry, iron when slighty wet

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Anu Rieberg is an Estonian slow fashion brand. Our design practice can be described through four concepts: earth-friendly fabrics, zero-waste design practice, comfort and timelessness. Behind every design is a personal story and therefore the clothing has the touch of the designer in it. This gives the wearer an opportunity to relate to the concepts behind design. Influenced by traditional Japanese clothing, our designs are for people who are trying to define themselves while searching for fine quality and meaningful messages behind clothing. Our zero-waste approach is a process based practice. During the design process we are not just thinking in a zero-waste way about the clothing but also a lot of thought goes into the presentation. Anu Rieberg hang tags are made on seed paper by a local printing shop Labora. These tags can be planted after the useful information has been read and then they will become something else by enriching naturally our habitat. These steps help to complete a zero-waste design process which stands as a cornerstone of our brand. Every element in the design process is personal and so are the fabrics that we use. For us it is important to use and promote natural fabrics. Right now we are purchasing linen fabrics from a local Estonian vendor Tekser who is one of the retailers of the Orsha Linen Mill, a Belorussian linen manufacturer which is the largest of its kind in Europe. In addition to special orders from Orsha, the local vendor orders leftover fabrics from the mill. Our efforts contribute to the zero-waste design culture and that is the most important reason of using leftover fabrics.

Anu Rieberg is an Estonian slow fashion brand. Our design practice can be described through four concepts: earth-friendly fabrics, zero-waste design practice, comfort and timelessness. Behind every design is a personal story and therefore the clothing has the touch of the designer in it. This gives the wearer an opportunity to relate to the concepts behind design. Influenced by traditional Japanese clothing, our designs are for people who are trying to define themselves while searching for fine quality and meaningful messages behind clothing. Our zero-waste approach is a process based practice. During the design process we are not just thinking in a zero-waste way about the clothing but also a lot of thought goes into the presentation. Anu Rieberg hang tags are made on seed paper by a local printing shop Labora. These tags can be planted after the useful information has been read and then they will become something else by enriching naturally our habitat. These steps help to complete a zero-waste design process which stands as a cornerstone of our brand. Every element in the design process is personal and so are the fabrics that we use. For us it is important to use and promote natural fabrics. Right now we are purchasing linen fabrics from a local Estonian vendor Tekser who is one of the retailers of the Orsha Linen Mill, a Belorussian linen manufacturer which is the largest of its kind in Europe. In addition to special orders from Orsha, the local vendor orders leftover fabrics from the mill. Our efforts contribute to the zero-waste design culture and that is the most important reason of using leftover fabrics.

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