Breton Stripe Long Sleeve T-Shirt (Stargazer / Navy)
A Breton-inspired crewneck t-shirt that’s crafted from the finest organic cotton in Portugal. This year-round layering piece has a heavy and premium hand-feel.
Regular fit, true to size. Hyuk is 6’1″ and wears a size 2/M.
This garment is made from 100% BCI Cotton.
Made in Portugal.
All orders to UK addresses over £75 receive free shipping. Orders under £75 are charged a flat fee of £5. We expect orders to arrive in 1 - 3 working days.
If you're in a hurry we have a next day option available for £10.
US orders over $125 recieve free priority shipping. We'd expect your order to arrive in 2-3 working days.
Standard shipping is charged at $ 7 per order and usually takes 8 - 12 working days.
All other destination rates are calculated at checkout.
We're happy to refund or exchange full price items up to 28 days from the date of original purchase.
Please visit our returns page for more information
Amazing garms, but also customer service realising I’d made a duplicate order and sorting it for me. Would recommend to anyone!
Excellent quality, good fabric and perfect sizing.
Quality products. Delivery times to the U.S. were very reasonable.
My partner loved his shirt! It got lots of compliments on it's first outing.
Absolutely exceptional in quality of fabric, fit and design. Will certainly not be my last purchase from this fantastic brand.
Next level organische clothes.
Light & Space
Buckle up and enjoy the ride, as we take you on a journey back to the era of space-age design. In homage to this trailblazing mid-century movement, we draw inspiration from the works of its leading pioneer: Vico
With a focus on Vico’s collaboration projects, we re-imagine what his wardrobe may have looked like as he travelled across Europe, masterminding an array of architectural and industrial design projects.
Known for his function-forward and modernist approach, with a focus on light and liquidity of form – Vico's ethos is echoed across the collection through our fabric choices, contemporary silhouettes, and graphic elements.
In the words of Vico himself, we challenge you to “look at usual things with unusual eyes”.