Genie pants Traumfänger
For more details see Additional information.
|Country of Manufacture||Thailand|
|Type of pants||aladdin pants|
|Size||Unisize (S, M, L)|
|Length||app. 39 inch|
|Width||max. 38 inch|
|waistband||Elastic waist band with pattern of the Asian Naga hill tribe|
|Side pocket||1 side pocket|
|Additional information||The sewn patterns can vary from pants to pants. The pattern on your pants may be different to the pattern of the image.|
|Care instructions||First time hand wash. Afterwards mashine wash 30 degrees|
|Delivery time||3 - 4 days|
- Payment methods
- Cash in advance by bank transfer
- Credit card (Visa, MasterCard)
- Shipping costs
- Free shipping within EU
- Free shipping to Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway - Importing fees may apply
- Great Britain 15.00 Euro per order
- For deliveries to USA please go to www.virblatt.com
- Your order is shipped 100% climate neutral within Europe.
"I am Phi Mem and my home is the Rose of the North."
When we first met and started collaborating with Phi Mem she had just started her artisan tailor company with the help of her close family. Each garment she makes has a story because each one is made with an individual care and attention that cannot be found in any of the mainstream stores found today.
If you would like to learn more about Phi Mem and her little family factory carry on reading and feel part of the magic that is the Rose of the North.
Everyone plays their part at the Rose, Phi Mem’s sister sells their creations at local markets, while she hand-crafts each of the unique designs on sale. Their husbands support the sisters by calling on extended family and friends to help spread the word and assist with making bigger orders to sustain their family business.
Phi Mem works exclusively with natural materials. She strongly believes in the purity and quality of her hometown Chiang Mai’s organic cotton, and refuses to work with anything else.
Screen Printing By Hand
Every print detail has been hand pressed into her clothes using silk screens and the help of a small community of artists who also work with Chiang Mai’s famous cotton.
Repurpose, Recycle, Reuse.
Every cut off from each garment she makes is kept and used again as up-cycled fabric for design of a new and unique creation to share with her customers.
It’s not about the money
Phi Mem knows the value of the work she puts into each garment she creates. Which is why she never falters with the prices she offers, nor does she try to charge when she can. For her it’s the love of the craft that rewards her trade, rather than the promise of profit.
And we are happy to be a part of that philosophy. Yes, sometimes it means our products might be sold out, but we would rather wait for the clothes she makes with love and pride than force her to expand and rush the creation process. That’s what slow fashion is all about, and that is what we are all about.
And it is because of this that we are so happy to have you as a part of our team Phi Mem.