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KOSIV CREAM HEMP WOOL COAT

$636.10
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The Kosiv Cream Coat is a relaxed fit, long length coat, crafted from luxurious wool and hemp blend fabric traditionally handmade woven in Ukraine. Soft and compact to touch, this double breasted style features pleated oversize sleeves. This timeless piece is perfect for layering in the cooler seasons and will elevate any daytime or evening outfit. Lined.

Composition 60% wool, 40% hemp

Lining: 100% viscose

Trimming: 100% metal

This item is made of a blend of 40% hemp and 60% wool and it´s undyed.

Hemp plants are inherently insensitive to insects and diseases, so cultivation requires no pesticide use. Also herbicides against weeds are unnecessary since hemp grows very fast. In addition, hemp requires considerably less water for its rapid growth than other plants like cotton, for example.

Hemp fibers have the same microelectric voltage as our skin, which is why hemp is also suitable for people with sensitive skin.

Hemp absorbs moisture very well and gives it off again excellently.

Hemp has a temperature-balancing effect. The fibers warm well in winter and cool on the skin in summer.

Hemp has antibacterial properties.

Hemp is  biodegradable.

WASHING

Hand wash in slightly warm water 
use diluted liquid mild soap or mild detergents

or delicate dry clean
Do not use chlorinated bleach
Do not scrub

IRONING

Ironing hemp is great deal easier if the fabric is slightly damp
Iron on reverse

DRYING

Line dry

Handmade in Ukraine by women artisans for women during the war

#standwithukraine

Each piece in this collection commemorates Ukrainian land and its strong and brave people, that´s why each item has naming to honor Ukraine.
Hence Kosiv district is located in the south-eastern part of Ivano-Frankivsk region, in the foothills and lowlands of the Pokutsko-Bukovynian Carpathians, on the historical and ethnographic lands of Hutsul region. 
Kosiv region is famous for traditional Hutsul folk crafts: Kosiv painted pottery, Yavoriv woolen bedspreads, carved ornaments on wooden products from Kosmach.