Your organic sweat-shirt
The knitting of organic cotton certified Global Organic Textile Standard, is luxurious and of rare quality. Indeed, it is breathable, light to wear despite its weight of 300gr/m2.
It is very soft on the skin, because the inside of your sweatshirt is slightly scratched. This gives you comfort and extreme softness to the touch as well as to wear. Your Made in France and organic sweatshirt has raglan sleeves, is slightly tightened in the bottom and cuffs. What you wear is an elegant and comfortable sports silhouette. As for the round neckline, it is neither too high nor too low and very elegant with a t-shirt or shirt.
Your sweatshirt made in Paris, is organic because:
It's a 100% GOTS certified organic cotton with 'Organic Textile' mention
As well as the ribbed edges of the collar, cuff and bottom of your sweatshirt, which are a mixture of 95% Organic Cotton Gots and 5% Spandex Gots.
Your organic t-shirt is Made in France because:
Each of the steps necessary to make your organic sweatshirt, after receiving the fabric, is done exclusively by Philippe gaber from his workshop located at 71 RUE SAINT MAUR PARIS 11! Therefore, an organic Sweatshirt Made in PARIS France.
In addition, it is for its authenticity of Parisian manufacturing that Gots certified organic cotton sweatshirts are, Winner of the "Made in Paris" label editions 2018 to 2021, label awarded by the City of Paris.
The Made in Paris label distinguishes products whose local character in the intramural Paris manufacturing process and it also aims to highlight all the richness of local production and the dynamism of Parisian craftsmanship. Finally, To affix the mention Made in France, all operations following the cutting of the fabric must be carried out on French territory.
It is for this reason that Philippe Gaber indicates Made in France because all these operations are carried out from one place: 71 RUE SAINT MAUR in PARIS. So, a COMPLETE CONFECTION in PARIS of your organic t-shirt
Philippe gaber does not subcontract any steps outside his workshop in Paris.