Li Hemp Apron

COULEUR CHANVRE

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This apron is inspired by a certain Japanese simplicity, it is worn by simply slipping it on over the head, like a summer dress, with no fastening. Elegant over a pair of jeans, offering protection over a delicate shirt, this apron is made with hemp, the oldest plant to be used by man for fabrics, medicine, construction or paper.
The first ever Denim jeans were manufactured from hemp. But hemp was a victim of chemical industry lobbyists in the 1930s.
To buy a gift to my favorite sister, I visited the shop in Paris. A sweet sales assistant helped me to choose the colour. With its two pockets, I love it (and she loves it too! She wears it to work in her studio). My next wish? To sleep in Couleur Chanvre bedlinen!
Easy to wash (even at 60°C). Use of a tumble dryer is highly recommended to ensure that the items get their volume and flexibility back again.

TESTED FOR YOU : Li Hemp Apron

Label BBR - Conçu et Fabriqué en FranceLabel BBR since November 2017 – and confirmed by the company (thanks 😉 )

Manufactured at  St Jean de Luz (64)

Shops : 202 Rue des Artisans in Saint Jean de Luz and 13 rue Ferdinand Duval in Paris

Website (e-shopping available) : www.couleur-chanvre.com

Outlet : no

Company profile :

Couleur Chanvre is a brand of bedlinen made from hemp.The workshops are located in St Jean de Luz, at the heart of France’s Basque Country, where textile expertise is handed down across generations, and recognised all over the world.
Couleur Chanvre is firmly committed to 100% French production. Each production stage takes place in France; the hemp is grown and shelled in Normandy, and the weaving, tailoring and the crucial dyeing process takes place at the St Jean de Luz factory.

MY Photo

My Li Hemp Apron by Couleur Chanvre

 

Official website Photo

Inspired by a certain Japanese simplicity, it is worn by simply slipping it on over the head, like a summer dress, with no fastening

 

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