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RHUMAA

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RHUMAA

119.00

TRUTH COTTON TOP !

° Made from 100% premium cotton

° Super strong and durable

° It has a textured feel 

° A-line fit that is comfortable, stylish with a crisp structure sleeve

° Wide set cuffs with two silver buttons

° Made in Portugal

° Free return in Europe

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TRUTH COTTON TOP !

° Made from 100% premium cotton

° Super strong and durable

° It has a textured feel 

° A-line fit that is comfortable, stylish with a crisp structure sleeve

° Wide set cuffs with two silver buttons

° Made in Portugal

° Free return in Europe

RHUMAA

When in South Africa, Daniel met many inspiring young artists looking for an opportunity to share their art and stories with the world. In order to help them reach their dream, Daniel founded Rhumaa: a socially responsible, artistic fashion brand that produces fashion that means something.

Rhumaa collections are clean and sophisticated, celebrating cultural stories and love for design. Every piece brings natural, high-quality fabrics to life, while embracing respect for workers and sustainability. For every purchase, 5% of sales is donated to the Rhumaa Foundation.

Every collection piece represents a timeless, modern silhouette. Fashions detail printed art along with non-printed items that have translated the art story through the use of design, colour, high quality and natural fabrics.

Fabrics produced in Portugal have to follow a strict REACH regulations and uses AZO FREE dye:

REACH

The REACH statement is a European regulation for the production and trade of chemical fabrics. It describes the rules that companies and governments have to follow. The following 3 groups deal with REACH: manufacturers/importers; distributors; users.

AZO FREE

This means that their were no dyes used with azo in it. Azo dyes are organic compounds, which contain the coloring azo function. The majority of azo dyes are water-soluble and are therefore easy for the body to absorb, and this takes place through inhalation and swallowing of dust as well as through skin contact. Azo dyes may also be toxic to aquatic organisms and cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.