Rosa Scarf - Printed by Rita Row
45% Recycled Viscose 55% Linen.
Ethically made in Portugal.
HAND WASH / DO NOT BLEACH / DO NOT TUMBLE DRY / IRON LOW HEAT / DO NOT DRY CLEAN
ABOUT THE FABRICS
Viscose is derived from the ‘cellulose’ or wood pulp from fast-growing, regenerative trees such as eucalyptus, beech, and pine, as well as plants such as bamboo, soy, and sugar cane.
Linen is best described as a fabric that is made from very fine fibers, derived from the flax plant. These fibers are carefully extracted, spun into yarn, and then woven into long sheets of comfortable, durable fabric called linen fabric.
Rita Row creates pieces for the modern woman. The line gets its name from its fictional muse "Rita," a woman that's hard-working, free-spirited, and effortless. Working from that inspiration, designers Imma Serra and Xenia Semis combine straightforward, subtly-feminine silhouettes and neutral color palettes for pieces that capture the romance and utility of any highly-coveted, savvy, carefree city girl's closet.
100% of our garments are manufactured on the Iberian Peninsula with 55% locally made in Spain and 45% from sustainable Portuguese partners. All our garments are produced ethically. Those who work in the textile production chain receive a fair wage as well as working in a secure and dignified environment.