Tarahumara organic cotton t-shirt | women | navy
Organic cotton t-shirt flocked with the Road Runner bird and the Tarahumara inscription designed by Karel Matejovsky. 100% Made in Europe (from knitting to tailoring).
In 1973, Karel Matejovsky created the Tarahumara typeface and the graphic design of the “ Road Runner ” bird. Nicknamed in a nod to its top speed on land of 40 km/hour, this bird (Géocoucou of its real name) is one of the emblems of the Spiridonians.
The Tarahumaras are a people of super-athletes from northern Mexico. Their singularities: they excel in distance running. In the 1930s, Antonin Artaud met them in Mexico and devoted a book to his mystical experience alongside them (“Les Tarahumaras ”, Folio Essais ).
More recently, Christopher McDougall made them known worldwide. In his book “ Born to run ” (available in our Read & Chill section), he recounts this “light-footed” people, capable of running phenomenal distances (+ 100 km per day) barefoot or in thin sandals. Their story is fascinating.
- Colour : navy.
- Material : 100% organic cotton jersey (170 gr.) labeled Gots ® and Oeko-Tex®, knitted and dyed in Portugal.
- Design : styling: Caroline; model making: Sébastien; artistic direction: Gaëlle.
- Graphics : original historical creation by Karel Matejovsky, 1973; vintage style flocking with a velvet feel.
- Cut : straight cut, 70's style short sleeves slightly tightened by the ribbed finish, round neck with ribbed finish, embroidered crest on the left sleeve.
- Care instructions : wash inside out at 30° on delicate cycle, do not tumble dry, iron inside out at low temperature, wash dark colors separately.
- Styling, model making and graphic design made in Annecy and Chambéry.
- Fabric : cotton knitted and dyed in Portugal.
- Manufacturing : in the region of Porto in Portugal, in a workshop selected for its know-how and its ethics.