Shirt in a bread loaf
Nährwertangaben (je 100g)
Looking for a present for the special person in your life who already has everything?
Our favourite Berlin menswear designer Frank Leder first came up with the idea of baking a shirt in a loaf of bread for his 2004 collection. In a new collaboration with Florian Domberger he’s breathing new life into his old classic. The shirt is made from 1970s Bundeswehr bedsheets. Frank is fairly certain it’s 100% cotton, although the weave is reminiscent of delicate linen. In keeping with Frank’s traditional approach to his craft, he has hand-dyed the buttons in tea to match the creamy colour of the shirt. Thanks to being baked inside a loaf of bread, the shirt gains a truly unique patina – no two items look the same.
We might add that theoretically you could eat the bread and wear the shirt, after washing it at 40 degrees of course, unless of course you’d prefer to keep it as the wonderful artefact that it is.
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Medium, Large, X-Large
A bread loaf and a shirt
Rey bread, shirt