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Erin

$150.00

Sustainability

On-demand production: We don’t make it until you order! Please allow 2-4 weeks for your order to be handmade in New York City. 

Reclaimed textiles: Coton garments are made using the leftover materials from luxury brands across Europe, reducing our collective carbon footprint while creating an exclusively unique offering. 

Zero waste: Every scrap of fabric created through our production process is either used to create new products (accessories collection coming soon!) or recycled responsibly.

Living wage: By partnering with an innovative, female-owned factory located in the heart of Manhattan, we have full transparency into our worker’s welfare and safety, paying them a living wage - not just a minimum wage.

Garment care and circularity: Free mending services are offered on all of our garments within a year after purchasing, and special redesign and remake services are offered for products that just aren’t doing it for you.

Details

Crop top with crewneck, long sleeves, and tie back. Knot it, bow it, but whatever you do, make it your own.

Pictured in Red Floral on Black Silk.

Available in 7 different silk options. All sizes listed in US sizes. View size guide

 

Erin: Erin Brockovitch is an American legal clerk, consumer advocate, and environmental activist, who, despite her lack of education in the law, was instrumental in building a case against the Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) of California for alleged water contamination with the help of attorney Ed Masry in 1993.