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HAND KNIT CROCHET SWEATER

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A testament to artistry and craftsmanship, this hand-knit crochet sweater is a symphony of traditional textile techniques married seamlessly with contemporary fashion. In its creme beige hue, the sweater illuminates with hand-knit floral blocks, each telling a story of dedication, commitment, and timeless beauty. The floral detailed buttons further enhance the piece, making it a unique blend of elegance and intricate craftsmanship.

Technical Specifications:

  • Fabric: Hand-knit crochet.
  • Color: Creme beige.
  • Design: Hand-knit floral blocks interspersed throughout the sweater.
  • Fit: Relaxed.
  • Additional Feature: Floral detailed buttons.

Model Specifications:

  • Male Model:

    • Height: 5'10" (178cm).
    • Weight: 150 lbs (68kg).
    • Size Worn: Medium.
  • Female Model:

    • Height: 5'5" (165cm).
    • Weight: 110 lbs (50kg).
    • Size Worn: Small.

Washing Instructions: Hand wash cold. Lay flat to dry.

Products will be launched on 21st September and shipped out on 1st October.

    "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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