Safari Robe in Rhino Grey
Safari Robe in Rhino Grey
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The C. St. Quinton print is a homage to one of the most endangered animals in the world. Nestled amongst its wild neighbours of zebras, giraffes, cheetahs and impalas are baby rhinos running for safety or being protected by their Mothers. The South African national bird is scattered around the print, and running through all the animals is a web of the national flower, the King Protea. South Africa has been fighting the war on rhino poaching for years now, resulting in many locals taking matters into their own hands and starting charities to protect the few rhinos that they have left. In admiration for their amazing work C. St. Quinton have partnered with Save the Waterberg Rhino, a charity that trains and equips anti-poaching monitors in Limpopo, by donating 10% of our profits we allow you to "Protest in your Pyjamas" against rhino poaching.
This print color evokes the soft grey of the magnificent animal that this collection is fighting to protect... the White Rhino.
Waist tie sewn to gown so it won't get lost
Two hidden pockets
Machine wash at 30°
Do not tumble dry
Proudly made in India at a Fair Trade Factory
Dressing Gown Length = 117cm
Sleeve Length = 44cm
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Meet The Designer
Safari Pyjamas and Robes screen-printed with wild designs, made for the ethical buyer.
C. St. Quinton was founded on the belief that the clothes we buy should have a positive impact on the world around us rather than a negative one. By partnering with different charities and creating prints that centre around their mission, the pyjama fabric can be a platform for activism and a vessel for change. On average, we spend one third of our lives sleeping, so why not spend it well? Spend it in stylish pyjamas that are supporting great causes, made with eco-conscious materials at a Fair Trade factory.
The inspiration for founder C. St. Quinton to start a charity-partnered pyjama company was discovering that a rhino and her calf had been poached on her family's farm in South Africa. She wanted to combine her experience in the fashion world with her desire to combat this barbarism, and support the amazing local men and women who risk their lives to fight poaching. C. St. Quinton's debut collection therefore raises money towards the protection of the magnificent white rhino by donating money to, and raising awareness for, a non-profit organisation in Limpopo called Save The Waterberg Rhino.