A reboot of another favorite ES silhouette: the Louise made its first appearance in 2014. Inspired by the continuous, rounded forms of the Louise Bourgeois sculptures Cumul 1 and Clamart and Eva Hesse's Repetition Nineteen III, the funnel neck is a seamless extension of the body. The lack of a seam at the neck is a simple distinction that gives the top a modern, architectural look.
Slim, long sleeves are perfect underneath your favorite jackets, sweaters, and tops. When I design a piece like the Harper or Clyde Jacket, this style is what I picture wearing beneath it. I also love this snugger fitting top with fuller trousers like the Andy and Florence, and it really shines underneath jumpsuits and dresses for the art-school look.
Organic, bias-cut, rolled edges trim all of the openings—a finish that honors the nature of the material and harmonizes perfectly with the story behind the garment. This trim doesn't interfere with or contradict the nature of the fabric; it feels more like a true complement to the way the material wants to behave naturally.
100% organic, low-impact dyed cotton in a lightweight microrib knit that is perfect for layering or wearing alone. This delicate fabric is effortlessly sleek and breatheable. Much lighter in weight than our previous heavyweight rib, but just as soft and suited to everyday wear.
Made in Florence, Alabama by Alabama Chanin—true experts in cut-and-sew knitwear—in an airy, organic cotton dyed with low impact, cold process, environmentally friendly dyes.
Wash on cold, delicate cycle, and tumble dry low. Cotton is a natural fiber and is expected to wear and fade over time, which we love.