We Know You Love our SEAFOAM. Meet Our New Logo Sweat & Tee

We Know You Love our SEAFOAM. Meet Our New Logo Sweat & Tee

Jerri wears the Logo Sweatshirt in Seafoam with the Calder Jeans in Chalk.

Our Logo Sweatshirt is a modern and comfortable staple, cut from a soft organic cotton fleece and over dyed in our seasonal Seafoam hue using GOTs approved dye in Melbourne. The sweater has a slightly cropped and boxy silhouette, making it the perfect companion to a pair of our high waisted Calder Jeans. Try it also with our Palazzo Pant in Ivory Patch for a sports luxe combo or over our Siena Slip Dress in Seafoam for a tonal look. The sweater features a minimal logo placement on the chest, printed in Abbotsford with a water based ink, free from solvents and toxic chemicals.

Our Logo Tee is made from a soft organic cotton jersey and features a high crew neck, a mid sleeve and a relaxed fit through the body. Again, ethically dyed and printed locally this classic tee is an easy wear piece in such a dreamy colour.

We make each piece in our Ethical Clothing Australia certified factory located in Melbourne. Each garment is sewn by one of our incredible machinists that have over 20 years industry experience. 

 

The inedible but incredible luminous Ghost Mushroom, photographed by Philip Dubbin

Possibly another outcome from soul searching and getting back to nature during lockdown is the rise in fascination for fungi.  The mushrooms psychedelic properties were well documented (and tested) during the 1960s during  Timothy Leary's famous Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out era. 

This interest was re-ignited with Michael Pollan's 2018 best selling book called How To Change Your Mind - The New Science of Psychedelics which re-addresses their pharmacological properties.

Released in October 2020 is Aliya Whitely's book called The Secret Life of Fungi - Discoveries From A Hidden World. Whitely's obsession with these nearly 100 million year old organisms looks at the weird biology of fungi and their evolution. 

Back here on earth, most of us are just preoccupied with eating them but now, also growing them. Whether you're keen on a gourmet selection (Oyster, King Brown, Lion's Mane) or maybe something fun to do with the kids, apparently mushroom kit sales are going bananas from Bunnings to boutique growers like Little Acre.

Read this great piece on how fungi has evolved in our lives by Hua Hsu on The New Yorker here.

 

Stay well from all of us at Arnsdorf X

February 08, 2021 — Thea Basiliou