Keen Japan Black Ikat
Made in Portugal.
Introducing our maxi-fit shirt, Keen. Made in an incredible 100% linen ikat fabric made by the artisanal mill Hokkoh in Japan. Ikat is a resist dye technique originating in Indonesia, where the individual yarns are dyed in the desired pattern before weaving. This is done by tightly wrapping the yarns, so that only the unwrapped areas are dyed. After lining up all the yarns and weaving the fabric, the resulting pattern emerges with the signature fuzzy outlines thanks to the hand made nature of this technique.
Made in our maxi-fit long sleeve shirt, Keen. Designed with a generous straight cut and intended for normal layering. Featuring a french placket for a clean look finished with natural Mother of Pearl buttons.
The garment features:
- 100% linen
- Ikat dyed and woven by Hokkoh in Japan
- Mother of Pearl buttons made by Louropel in Italy
- Stitched with poly core cotton thread
- Made at Stork in Portugal
How it's made
This particular product is part of our seasonal collection line. A wide selection of garments that targets relevance in the time that we’re in. Reflected through each season’s colour palettes and fits, wrapped in beautiful and unique fabrics selections from the finest mills in Japan and Europe.
All garments from our seasonal collection line is made in Portugal, in which we take great pride in. This enables us to frequently visit our factories to ensure continuity in quality, as well as ensuring a good working environment for all parties involved in creating our garments.
Read and learn more about how and where we produce our garments through our commitment to Transparency.
Love & Care
Caring properly for your garment is an important task in prolonging its life. Take care of your garment, and treat it with love & care, and it will last longer.
Read our Care guide for a complete run-through.
Turn inside out, and carefully follow the washing instructions attached to the garment. Wash with similar colours without any fabric softener with a gentle cycle. Do not tumble dry, and stretch inseams while damp to maintain preferred length. May shrink up to 3% depending on how many degrees. Hand wash is always recommended for minimal shrinkage and damage to the material.
Got stains on your garment? There are a few little hacks for making the most of a piece of clothing that’s damaged for good. Vinegar and baking soda are good to add to the washing machine to boost a load, or to use diluted with water as a pre-soak before putting the garment in the washer. For oil and make-up – dish soap is super effective for getting stains out of fabrics of every colour. If it is beyond fixable, stained tees and tank tops can always be used for layering underneath sweaters in the winter, stained jeans can be turned into cut-off shorts, and stained dresses can be layered with a scarf or a sweater.
Repair your garment
After continuous wear your garment might need some extra maintenance. No worries! Contact a local tailor and get it repaired. If you have none, we will gladly help you out! Please read our Repair Service & Repair Policy for more information.
Deposit your garment
At the moment we can only let you deposit worn out and broken jeans, but hopefully not to far into the future, we will also have the capacity to include all garments into our Saved-initiative. That being said, you have bottoms from us that you would like to deposit? Read more about our SAVED-initiative.