spanish surf brand twothirds and french shirtmakers saint james have come together to create the latter’s very first eco product. available now, this classic top was crafted with recycled cotton yarn via a process called ecotec, which uses the excess fabric of newly made pre-dyed garments and prevents a need for incinerating unused materials. 

saint james tricots first created the breton striped shirt for sailors in 1889, but it started gaining in popularity after coco chanel rocked one in 1917. twothirds is equally as impressive having become the first clothing brand to replace its polyester bags with a 100% biodegradable packaging. the melding of minds, people!

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    Ugh wish I could afford Saint James
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