PLEASE READ: While fully functional, wearable, and durable, these pieces did not pass our quality check.
It is over-dyed using botanical pigment ( Rubia Tinctorum, AKA madder)! Some shrinkage has occurred - we recommend sizing up!
A quotidian T-shirt… done the Eyn Vas way. In a meticulous balancing act, our humble luxuryrefinement is united with comfort for a top that transitions through many settings and can remain in your wardrobe rotation year-round, layered or stand-alone.
Cotton, silk, and cashmere fibers are blended for everyday ease, longevity, and sublime softness while outperforming typical t-shirt fabrics in breathability, wicking, temperature control, and odor resistance (less washing).
While most tees are cut from a roll, producing copious waste, the Diem Tee is fully-fashioned, meaning yarns are knit precisely to the pattern for a 0 waste production. The engineered pieces are also knit-joined (not sewn) for more minimal, flat seams.
Self-hem finishing, elongated sleeves (which can be neatly rolled up) and our signature textured reverse stitch further elevate the aesthetic to transcend the ‘t-shirt look’.
70% cotton / 20% silk / 10% cashmere
For best results hand wash cold and dry flat. Can also be machine washed & dried on low heat which will draw out more texture.
'Madder' is naturally overdyed with single-note madder (Rubia tinctorum) resulting in a deep crimson-leaning red, symbolizing wisdom and virtue.
Size I: circumference below armhole 34” • sleeve [from center back] 14” • front length [from high neck] 24”
Size II: circumference below armhole 36” • sleeve [from center back] 14.5” • front length [from high neck] 25”
Size III: circumference below armhole 38” • sleeve [from center back] 15” • front length [from high neck] 26"
Size IV: circumference below armhole 40” • sleeve [from center back] 15.5” • front length [from high neck] 27”
Size V: circumference below armhole 42” • sleeve [from center back] 16” ) • front length [from high neck] 28”
Masterfully constructed by our Nepalese knitwear partner in their pristine, tranquil workshop in Patan - the old Kathmandu.