Made from soft, organic cotton this top is a loose, light, easy piece to throw on with pants or shorts. We love the idea of wearing cool, oversized pieces in the heat with design lines that give a bit of flair and drama.
ELK preferred fibre
Super soft, organic cotton
Cuffed sleeve fixed with bar tack
Waist seam with gathered hem
100% Organic cotton This garment contains certified organic cotton. The cotton is grown using methods that lessen the impact on our environment, replenish and maintain soil fertility, decrease water usage and build biologically diverse agriculture. Crops are not treated with pesticides, insecticides, or herbicides, and are not genetically modified.
Who made this?
This garment was made by Nobland International, a Korean based manufacturer.
With women making up 80% of their workforce, they offer a range of benefits and training programs to support and empower their female employees. Their low emission green factory is energy and water efficient, utilising an eco-wash process that delivers water savings of 99.6%. Nobland also has a range of charitable programs to give back to their local communities.
Nobland Vietnam is part of the Better Work Vietnam program, members of HIGG Index and ISO 140001 certified.
DESIGNED IN MELBOURNE, HANDMADE GLOBALLY
ELK was founded by husband and wife Marnie Goding and Adam Koniaras in 2004 in Melbourne, Australia.As a family owned and operated business, there’s a great respect for people who work within and for the business. Transparency and honesty are fundamental values upheld across the entire supply chain as is the impact that ELK has on the people, communities and environment they work in.
Why do they share their makers?
They visit their makers numerous times each year where working conditions, company ethics, workers rights and workplace safety are assessed prior to any engagement by ELK. They believe in the value of sharing information about the factories that make their products, as this helps you, their customer, better understand who, how and where your clothes and accessories are made. It also means they can be alerted to any potential environmental and human rights issues by NGOs, unions, local communities or workers and facilitates collaboration on these issues by brands sharing the same factories.They want to share the stories of their makers and let you get to know the faces behind their designs.