"Striped red and white shirt with long sleeves
Model is 174 cm and wears an S-size.
100% organic cotton
100% chemical-free dye bath
Fairly made in India"
In The Netherlands, this brand became known for its “Ik ben een vega(n) burger” shirts (‘I’m vegan’), commenting on the crazy proposal of the European Parliament to ban words like 'burger', 'schnitzel' and 'milk' for any products that are free of meat and dairy (soy milk, vegan/vegetarian burgers), as they believed that using such terms for vegan or vegetarian products is misleading. This shirt is sustainably made from recycled cotton and the proceeds go to cow sanctuary het Koeienrusthuis in The Netherlands. But the other items from The Driftwood Tales are just as beautiful. The founders take their mission, producing clothing ethically and sustainably, seriously: the brand uses beautiful recycled, residual, organic and non-toxic fabrics, and works with a solar-powered factory that runs on rainwater and supports local children with a disability. Great!More about The Driftwood Tales »