This piece is an imaginative illustration of the suffering of man and how as human beings each of us suffer in different ways. The inspiration comes from the poetry of Baba Buleh Shah. The garment includes hand screen printed elements and hand woven patches assembled in a distorted composition.This collection serves as a precursor to Rastah's much anticipated volume 7 which is set to launch in March.
80% cotton and 20% polyester heavyweightfleecefabric
handoven digitally printed patches with hand screen printed elements
Rastah Feb capsule monogram screen printed on front
Washing/Handling: Hand wash with cold water inside out & hang to dry
Male Model: 5'10 and 150 lbs wearing: Medium | Female Model: 5'10 and 105 lbs wearing small
*This is a limited edition item. No restocks*
*This piece will be launching on the 13th of February at 1pm EST/11pm PAK time*
We offer free shipping worldwide on orders over $350 and complimentary free shipping in Pakistan. Worldwide orders arrive in 4-5 business days after they are shipped while domestic orders arrive within 2 business days. Orders from Volume IX will start to ship on 02/15/23.
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All Rastah pieces are proudly designed and manufactured in Pakistan. We partner with generational artisans to manufacture our products and are constantly researching innovative and environmentally-friendly ways to produce.
Block-Printing is an ancient Asian method of dyeing fabric. It involves intricately carving wooden blocks by hand and then using natural dyes to “print” onto the fabric. Block-printing is an environmentally friendly and durable technique we use on several pieces.
Handwoven fabrics are woven by hand by using a handloom. Handweaving produces zero pollution as it does not require electricity or any machinery. It is an artisanal craft that is inherently time-consuming. The outcome is timeless pieces of clothing built to last.
Patchwork involves handsewn patches of fabric that are then sewn onto our products. These patches are often block-printed as well. The result is a beautiful eye-catching patch that helps distinguish our pieces.