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Pink "Eyes Cant See" Patch T-shirt

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For Volume IV, Rastah re-examines its basics and presents elevated garments with greater depth and dimension. This candy pink, Volume IV exclusive crew neck t-shirt was garment dyed in-house to give the faded and textured appearance. The garment is hemmed at the body and sleeves, and features artwork by lahore based artist, Inzer Mubashar. 

"Who are we without all the glitter and gold blinding us from the truth ? Life starts and ends with everything that sparkles, because no one likes looking at the distorted, dark and gruesome layers of society. Wrapped up in meaningless bling, are we just dead from the inside ?" - Inzer Mubashar, briefly commenting on what inspired her to create this design.

*THIS IS A LIMITED EDITION ITEM WHICH WILL NOT BE RESTOCKED ONCE SOLD OUT*

  • Slightly oversized fit 
  • Dropped shoulders
  • 270 GSM compact combed terry
  • “Rastah”  Volume IV monogram on front
  • 80/20 Cotton: Polyester ratio 
  • Ribbed collar
  • Hand woven printed cotton art work oatch 
  • Washing/Handling: Hand wash with cold water inside out & hang to dry
  • Male Model:6ft; Wearing Medium | Female Model: 5'5; Wearing Small

"Rastah is an up-and-coming streetwear label committed to sustainability while supporting its local artisans for all of its designs"

– HYPEBAE

"There’s also a new streetwear label out of Pakistan who is also championing South Asian culture and its pieces are just downright cool, too."

– VOGUE

“Rastah is a streetwear label from Pakistan that prides itself in the country’s heritage, applying traditional patterns and construction methods and giving them a more modern spin for today’s more casual clothing designs.”

– HYPEBEAST

“Rastah is a Pakistani fashion label which is swiftly beginning to carve its very own, gritty niche in the global streetwear industry.”

– FORBES

“Rastah is pioneering the harmony of traditional and contemporary design from South Asia”

– VICE

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