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Vallila x Rolf Ekroth x Wataru Tominaga

Raincoat

245,00

  • S/M
  • L/XL
  • Abstract Yellow
  • Camo acid
  • Flower Multi
Clear
  
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Description

Raincoat by Vallila x Rolf Ekroth x Wataru Tominaga is manufactured from light and comfortable 100% polyester. The fit is loose and slightly A-lined. Side pockets and push button closing. The jacket has strings in the hood that give nice detailing and also practicality. Due to climate change, rainy days are becoming more frequent in both Japan and Finland. Limited edition.

Made in Turkey.

 

Sizing

S/M 

Total length 103 cm, chest width 134 cm, bottom width 164 cm, sleeve length 62 cm, sleeve opening 28 cm.

L/XL

Total length 105 cm, chest width 140 cm, bottom width 170 cm, sleeve length 66 cm, sleeve opening 31cm.

Materials

100% polyester

Care

Machine wash max 30°. Do not tumble dry and no bleach.

The brand

Vallila Interior, founded in 1935, has been recognised as a trendsetter in Scandinavian design with its bold and playful collection, inspired by the Finnish landscape and way of life. The Finnish company Vallila introduces a collection twice a year. Fashion designers Rolf Ekroth and Wataru Tominaga have each designed two prints and several different rainproof jackets for the collection. Ekroth’s camouflage prints are based on willowherb and other flowers found on Finnish summer meadows, whereas Tominaga’s prints have been inspired by the vibrancy of the colors of a tropical garden after the rain.

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Responsibility

At Vallila corporate responsibility is divided into dimensions that cover Vallila as an organisation, customers, products, employees, supply chain and environment. The company ensures that  customers receive a fair compensation for the money spent and that the manufacturing process meets environmental goals without the use of harmful chemicals. Through responsible and sustainable sourcing, Vallila ensures that the business is on a sustainable base. The company values transparency in the supply chain transparency, supply chain working conditions and human rights and purchase policies.

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