A 400 GSM chocolate brown hoodie constructed in our signature, slightly oversized silhouette. Elastic cuffs and hemmed opening at the bottom. The piece consists of hand-machine embroidered roses in red and mustard with exaggerated thread work popping out. The back of the piece contains a hand woven patch, burnt at the edges, appliqued with verses from “Bol” by Pakistani poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz. The verses touch on the importance of standing up for one’s rights and the exercise of free speech, and are part of Faiz’s much larger body of revolutionary work. The ‘bleeding roses’ scattered across the garment serve as visual metaphors for his icon words.
English translation of verses:
Speak, for your lips are free, Speak, your tongue is still yours, Your upright body is yours- speak, your life is still yours.
See how in the blacksmith's shop The flames are hot, the iron is red, Mouths of locks have begun to open, Each chain's skirt has spread wide.
Slightly oversized fit
400 GSM fleece
“Rastah” monogram on front in white
80/20 Cotton: Polyester ratio
Hemmed body opening
Hand-machine embroidered roses with loose threads
Printed Khaddar fabric patch on the back with burnt edges
Washing/Handling: Hand wash with cold water inside out & hang to dry
Male Model: 5'10; Wearing Medium | Female Model: 5'5; Wearing Small
We offer domestic shipping within USA and PAKISTAN, shipping will take 4-5 business days once items shipped out. All other international orders will take 7-10 business days once shipped out.
We offer a 14 day return/exchange policy. To make a return or request an exchange, contact us through our contact page or directly via email at email@example.com
Assume you have permission to use Faiz sb's work for your commercial venture? Yes?
Folks, Congrats on your site and your products. Well done! I want to point out that if you are going to use other artist's products or their intellectual property to print on your product for sale, it would be wise and ethical to get legal permission and pay for such usage. You are using Faiz Ahmad Faiz's poetry on the back of sweatshirts (sold out!) without getting any permission. Is it just because you think that stealing from folks in the non-western world is ok? Because trust me if you tried that stunt with an artist of any colour or heritage in the western world you would get dragged to court.
LOVEEEE THIS! Such amazing details and people always ask where i got the hoodie from