Men’s Shorts | Sun Print
Our Men’s Shorts are a block that hasn’t been seen for many collections, but we’re glad to see them make a return. These shorts are elasticated at the waist for comfort and sit above the knee for versatile wear from the beach, to lunch with the family along the foreshore, or lounging by the pool. Team it with your favourite basic tee or a crisp white shirt for a fresh Sunday weekend look.
These shorts can be worn on the waist, or slightly lower on the hips, and so are the perfect fluid pair of shorts for any gender. Complete with pockets, of course, pictured is our ‘We Are Freo’ Collection Sun Print, designed by local artist Amanda Conway. The bright yellow sun print is hand-block printed all over by the team in Pushkar and wears perfectly with a bright yellow button-down shirt, or the matching short sleeve top in sun print. These shorts are such a universal classic, we don’t know why we haven’t released them sooner, and we hope you love them as much as we do!
The Sun Print is designed by local, independent Glass Fusing artist, Amanda Conway, who moved to Fremantle in 2006 with her Husband Shannon from Worcestershire, England. Amanda also works in Resin and more recently has gotten back into Sewing, which is what makes her such a versatile, talented artist. The Sun Print for her represents the vibrancy of the Fremantle lifestyle and community, and celebrates everyone who makes Fremantle a unique place in the world!
As always, our garments are designed in Fremantle, Western Australia. Made ethically from 100% hand-loomed Khadi Cotton in Pushkar, India by The Stitching Project. Designs are hand carved onto wooden blocks. Then Pawan, our block printer at The Stitching Project places each block onto the ink board. This process is repeated a hundred times over with amazing precision and experience to create the perfect patterns. All of our dyes are Global Organic Textile Standards (G.O.T.S) Certified, and our fabric and processes are Craftmark Certified. Each of our Garments are proudly signed by every craftsperson who has had a hand in making it.