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Limited Edition Sweater / 100
Heather Cranberry sweater with charcoal grey illustration screen-printed by hand.
1x1 rib at neck collar, sleeve hem and bottom hem
Inside herringbone back neck tape
Deco rib triangle with flatlock topstitch under collar
Self-fabric half moon at back neck
Flatlock topstitch on all seams
85% Organic Ring-Spun Combed Cotton, 15% Polyester
Wash similar colours together at 30 degrees, do not iron on print, wash and iron inside out.
- Tracked delivery to home or work, direct from the designer.
- Customs fees may apply for international delivery - see FAQs for details.
- Free returns within 14 days, collection arranged by us.
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Meet The Designer
Jill & Gill is a multidisciplinary collaborative studio, made up of illustrator Jill Deering and printmaker Gillian Henderson. We are a limited, collaborative, sustainable, Irish apparel and fine art brand from Dublin - “The heart of everything we do is based on a synergy of both our practices ” - Jill & Gill
All our apparel is made with respect, meets demanding ethical standards and is based on exclusivity and craftsmanship. As a sustainable brand, we are proud to work with suppliers that are associated with the Fair Wear Foundation, an independent organisation that encourages social best practice and equality in the fashion and textile industry. We also encourage our customers to make a conscious investment in our apparel. All our garments are uniquely illustrated and hand printed in our Dublin studio. Every piece is limited, something we've made visible in the simple production of each hand printed swing tag which communicates the edition number of the garment just purchased. When it comes down to the design, it's more than just a t-shirt or a sweater, it's 'The celebration of aspirational women through print, illustration and style'