If you didn't know, the Base of Baserange stands for Basic Aesthetic for Sustainable Easywear, and sure enough, The Franco-Danish label adheres to the concise philosophy encapsulated by this acronym. In stark opposition to the slapdash appeals to sustainability now spreading throughout the fashion world, Baserange's foundational commitment to sustainability and ethical production processes profoundly affects the design of their garments, thereby forming a uniquely holistic approach.
On the production side, the label maintains close relationships with all of the small, family-run factories across Europe and Turkey that produce their items. All of Baserange's cotton and leather products are produced in a number of small towns surrounding the city of Porto, Portugal; woven pieces are made in Odemis, a town near Izmir in Western Turkey; and some pieces from their range of 100% organic cotton knitwear are made in France.
Produced on the outskirts of Porto, Portugal, the Baserange Omo Tee is a crewneck t-shirt with a difference. This finely crafted piece is constructed from a unique velour and mesh fabric, creating an all-over checkerboard effect in both texture and colour. Thanks to its unique fabric, this straight-cut, fitted tee is slightly stretchy.
Made in Portugal 90% modal, 10% polyamide.
Model is 172cm and wears size S.