Cotorra - Yves Klein blue stripes linen towel
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A striking blue that will match the ocean blues, this linen blend towel will follow you from the beach to the poolside, or even to a picnic at the park. Handwoven on manual looms this linen and cotton blend towel will steal your heart.
Ives Klein is made out of 60% linen and 40% cotton – giving the towel a thin and soft, yet robust structure. The perfect companion for any occasion. It is lightweight, extremely absorbent and becomes softer with every use and wash.
Wash with items of similar colour and structure – in cold water and on a delicate cycle. We recommend hanging it to dry.
Size: 175 × 90cm
60% Linen 40% Cotton
Made in Turkey
Cotorra's journey started while driving through the Aegean region of Turkey, where you could find the most select cotton for decades. There, they encountered small manufacturers and the ateliers of local artisans of beautiful hand-woven fabrics.
Working with these rare fabrics and middle eastern patterns they became passionate about the idea of combining them with exceptional craftsmanship and their own bespoke designs, eventually creating a unique and sustainable fashion concept.
By choosing their production sites personally to guarantee a consistent high standard of working conditions they offer an ethical mindset through their production and packaging where they follow a fair and transparent price policy towards their customers, artisans and manufacturers. .
All of their authentic Turkish fabrics are still made in their traditional way - crafted from natural fibres and flat woven, resulting in an extremely absorbent and soft texture to guarantee the most distinguished experience and long-lasting life. Using premium cotton with extra-long fibres results in a stronger and smoother cotton thread. This characteristic makes the fabrics become even softer and more absorbent with successive use and washing.
Every single product holds the ÖkoTex100 Certificate, indicating that no harmful substances were used during the production process.