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KM by LANGE

ARTYNOVA CERAMICS HANDMADE SHIRT

$268.90

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This modernist take on the traditional dress Artynova White Black ceramics handmade buttons shirt features a crisp swallowtail collar and two wide pockets with handmade ceramic buttons. A formal piece made from 100% clean cotton, the “Artynova” shirt blends business and design. 

Composition 100% cotton

Buttons handmade buttons 100% ceramics, glazed

Model is 179 cm tall and wears M size

Slightly oversize

Sizes
S (European 36)
Bust: fits bust around 85 -89 cm
Waist: fits waist around 68- 73 cm
Hips: fits hips around 92-95 cm
For overall height: 175 cm around

M (European 38)
Bust: fits bust around 90-94 cm
Waist: fits waist around 71-77 cm
Hips: fits hips around 96-100 cm


For overall height: 175 cm around

Cold water hand wash using the delicate stain solution or dry cleaning

Warm iron inside out.
Do not tumble dry.

Handmade in Ukraine by women artisans for women during the war

#standwithukraine

Each piece in this collection commemorates VINNYTSIA the city of birth of KM by LANGE brand, that´s why each item has naming to honor this beautiful city.

Gregory Artynov worked as the chief architect of the city of Vinnytsia in 1900 and the last day of his life. It was on his unusual, beautiful and unique project of the city was built and developed, and the building is still pleasing to the eye of locals and visitors. Thanks Artynov now you have the opportunity to watch such works of masters like Women`s Gymnasium (now the School №2), Music and Drama Theatre, City Council, which was before the hotel "Savoy", Regional Scientific Library, as well as a water tower in the town square. In addition, the architect involved in the creation of iron bridges connecting both banks of the river across the island Kemp, his hands touched the construction of the first urban water supply, power plant and the first tram line in the city. The name of the architect Artynova in Vinnitsa was named one of the central streets. He was a master of his craft.