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Womens Cap Sleeve - New Octopus


We've introduced a new fabric to our eco-friendly women's wear line:

TENCEL™ is a type of rayon cellulose fiber derived from sustainable wood sources that are harvested from renewable tree groves.  Low toxicity solvents are used (and recycled to be used again) to convert wood pulp into fiber. Features:
Produced using an eco-friendly closed loop manufacturing process
  • Are derived from sustainable wood sources
  • Optimum use of resources like land and water, recovery rate of 99.9%
  • TENCEL™ Lyocell is a moisture management fiber
  • Ideal for sensitive skin due to the smooth fiber surface
  • Reduced bacterial growth

The runs fits large, so if you like it loose and flowy around the mid section, stick to your usual size. If you like a slim fit, size down.

Octopus motif was designed by Marlo Wylie Brillon and Andy Everson, as part of her design mentorship. 

Bright Jade color top with metallic blue ink

Garments are designed by Erin Brillon, sewn in Vancouver and printed at Kwigwatsi Studio on K'omoks Territory.

Octopus - (Naw- Haida)

Also known as Devil-Fish amongst Coastal People. While not a common crest figure in Haida culture, it is a key character in legends and shamanic objects, suggesting it connection to the supernatural world. Octopus is also a cherished food source for Coastal People.

Indigenous Owned | Eco-friendly | Locally Made