Lapuan Kankurit Sade giant towel, white - rainy blue
Lapuan Kankurit Sade giant towel, white - rainy blue
Lapuan Kankurit Sade giant towel, white - rainy blue
Lapuan Kankurit Sade giant towel, white - rainy blue

Sade giant towel, white - rainy blue

Lapuan Kankurit

$67.00 $83.75

Lapuan Kankurit
Sade giant towel
$67.00 $83.75


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Description

The Sade collection from Lapuan Kankurit features a simplistic, spotted pattern designed by Aoi Yoshizawa. The design was inspired by rain drops – the spots are all sharply arranged but differ slightly from each other. The large Sade giant towel is made of European linen with the Öko-Tex standard, and produced mainly in the own weaving mill of Lapuan Kankurit in Lapua, Finland.

Material
100% washed European "Masters of Linen" linen
Colour
White, blue
Length
180 cm
Width
95 cm
Care instructions
Machine wash in 60°C

Aoi Yoshizawa

Aoi Yoshizawa is a textile designer and weaver, born in Tokio and currently based in Helsinki, where she graduated as Master of Arts from the Aalto University. Yoshizawa specializes in material, colour and surface design, and finds her inspiration from the elements of daily environments. Her fields of interest include fashion and interior design as well as art-directing, and she has worked with brands such as Tiger of Sweden, Vimma and Lapuan Kankurit.

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  • M

    Uddevalla, Sweden

    5

    Känns härlig, har dock inte använt den ännu som handduk. Vacker!

    217 days ago

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