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MÄRTA LARSSON

Winona Black Relaxed Shirt

3 985 kr

Incl. vat & climate compensation

CLIMATE IMPACT 4.25 kg CO2e
CLIMATE COMPENSATION 5.61 kr

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Beachwear or smart night out? Both. Lux swimwear or office power dressing? Both. The Winona is your all year, all rounder.

 

One size

Relaxed fit

30% Silk 70% Cotton

Dry clean only

 

S/M

Length centre back to hem 81cm, Length centre front to hem 71cm, Half bust 68cm, Half hem on straight 63cm, Across shoulder point 54cm, Placket width 3cm

 

M/L

Length centre back to hem 82cm, Length centre front to hem 72cm, Half bust 72cm, Half hem on straight 67cm, Across shoulder point 56cm, Placket width 3cm

 

 

Märta Larsson is a Swedish lifestyle brand that was born in London and cultivated in Stockholm. Every design takes inspiration from the wild nature of the Swedish landscape with decadent touches that results in a unique brand image.

Founder Märta Larsson established her namesake and now international label in 2013 following her eclectic background of training as a ballet dancer and time spent as the lead singer in a rock’n’roll band in London. 

 

HOW WE COMPENSATE

IWG Pricing Method is the chosen method by Trucost for its emission valuation that is based on the SCC – which reflect the full global cost of the damage generated by GHG emissions over their lifetime in the atmosphere.

Once your order is completed you will be given the option to choose between a variaty of projects that compensates for your purschase. Simply choose the project that you wish TransparAll to give back to!

HOW WE CALCULATE

Our carbon footprint calculation tool for products was developed together with the Swedish environmental research consultancy 2050. We developed a database of CO2e emissions data for the cradle-to-gate emissions generated by materials used in all parts and packaging of products. This is calculated by using the total weight of each finished part/material, the average energy use for product assembly and transportation - everything is calculated in detail.