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  • MODEL INFO
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    • Bust: 81"
    • Hips: 89"
    • Ugnė is 180cm. She's wearing size S.

      Ugnė is 5'11". She's wearing size S.

    • Waist: 61"
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Kalvos

Merino Wool Vest

€169

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Core Colors:
Dove grey

*Please choose size

Responsible wool

Hand-finished

Kalvos came to life as the result of some scribbled crayon layers inspired by the rolling Lithuanian hills. One of our most versatile pieces, it's made from cozy Merino wool with a hip-length front and a slightly longer back. Its side ties and metal buckles add a little extra sophistication while its soft grey shade makes it great for layering on those cool evenings.

  • MATERIAL & CARE

    100% Merino wool. Cruelty free. 

    Dry clean. Store folded.

  • FREE SHIPPING & FREE EXCHANGES

    What's better than a sustainably sourced knit? A sustainably sourced knit with free worldwide shipping and free exchanges. 

    We're climate neutral certified, which means that not only is all of our packaging sustainable, but we also work with non-profits to offset our shipping carbon footprint. We want to make sure you love our pieces as much as we do. 

    If for some reason you'd like to return a piece altogether, we'll always accept unworn, unwashed and unaltered knits with original tags attached. Head to our FAQ for more details.

  • SUSTAINABILITY

    We don't believe in deadstock. This knit is produced in small batches at our female-lead, family-run partner factory in Šiauliai, Lithuania. You'll get a card with your order telling you exactly who knitted your garment and a little about them. 

    For the knit, we use 100% Merino wool that's of Responsible Wool Standard, with no microplastics and no harmful or irritant chemicals used.

MATCH WITH

Rib Lounge

Merino Wool Pants

€169
Core Colors:
Grey
Seasonal Colors:

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Designed by Viltė Savickaitė

One of the brightest young talents in Lithuania, designer Viltė Savickaitė teamed up with Lithuanian artisans for handmade pieces to bridge the gap between traditional artisanal techniques and modern aesthetics. At the time having said her goodbyes to both of her biological grandmothers, Viltė worked with an elderly artisan Danutė to create the very first sample. "Danutė had become my wonderful friend, someone who I loved speaking to. I would visit her on dark winter evenings – more to spend time with her than just create something."