The bulletproof quality of our outerwear is what we're proud of. We use advanced materials and technologies because we see the critical step towards not wasting finite Earth resources and human energy in producing long-lasting products. Fundamentally, it is what allows you to ride all day, every day—this all in a package that doesn't have to break your bank account. Learn more about our key technologies and materials in this Tech Deep Dive blog that sums it all.Read
Wanda dress - blackout of stock New item
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You will also find sporty-elegant dresses in our offer. The Wanda model boasts a flexible material made of cotton yarn and a slim fit, which you will appreciate not only during your daily activities, but also in the evening on a romantic dinner with candlelights. All you have to do is add Maki's wallet and you are ready to go.
THIS PRODUCT WAS MADE IN EU
We manufacture a significant part of our streetwear in European factories. Thanks to this shorter transport, CO2 emissions are significantly reduced. Over the years, we have established long-term partnerships with manufacturers, based on high quality and constant development.
- Elastic rib dress
- Patch on chest
- Woven label in side seam
MATERIAL SPECIFICATION: 100% cotton
Model's height: 165 cm
Model's weight: 50 kg
Model wears: S
This product is packaged in a recycled bag made from LDPE waste.
The packaging in which we pack our streetwear pieces is made from the waste of classic LDPE packaging. They are manufactured close to the textile factory, again minimizing transport and thus eliminating CO2 emissions. We have also managed to reduce the size of the package by about half by smartly folding our products, which again saves emissions and space during transport.
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Most of our streetwear is made by our long-term partners in EU. In the following interview, you will learn more about Horsefeathers streetwear production, what it is packaged into and what all these pieces go through before they reach the shop counters or e-shops. The questions will be answered by the main designer, Pepe Šetele, who is in charge of the concept, design and development of the collections at Horsefeathers.Read