Short Sleeve Men Shirt - Black/White Print Patchwork
This classic men short-sleeve shirt will be the talking piece of the summer. Straight cut to sit on top of the hip for the perfect untucked finish, and it has one chest pocket to fit a small wallet. As the patches are all handstitched, the shirt is fully lined in a natural khadi as well as the collar to give a clean finish. the shirt will get softer after its first wash and a couple of wears to allow the hand-loomed cotton to mould itself to your body shape. Wear it with the matching shorts for a bold summer look or pick your favourite chinos or shorts for a classic preppy look.
Waste Not Want Not Collection
The Waste Not Want Not collection is a capsule collection we have been working on with the team of The Stitching Project in an effort to minimize our wastage by allowing us to use a great part of our fabrics offcuts after the making of our current collection.
This collection is a 5 piece range with women and men basics summer pieces with timeless simple shapes but playful combination. Each patch has been handstitched also providing extra work for the Stitching Ladies once our collection is finished. Like all our garments each piece is made from handspun, hand-loomed khadi either naturally plant dyed or traditionally printed and finally signed by all craftsperson involved in its making.
Black/White Print Patchwork
Made entirely from block-printed remnant patches, this composition includes our arabesque print and red and black stripe printed by Pawan at The Stitching Project while the floral ajrakh was made by master printer Mr Girish.
Each Anjelms piece is signed by the craftsperson of The Stitching Project that was involved in its making.
Designed in Fremantle, Western Australia. Made ethically in Pushkar, India by The Stitching Project.
Ben is 200cm (6'7") and wearing size XL