This handkerchief was named Ettore, after Ettore Sottsass, who initiated the Memphis Movement in the eighties—a group of designers who were renowned to give a new life to terrazzo/granito—which this print subtly refers to with its unequal and colourful spots!
The making of our Ettore Handkerchief
This elegant handkerchief was handmade with care in Montréal (Canada). It is made with silky, lightweight viscose featuring a lovely granito-terrazzo print, and it is lined with organic navy poplin for more absorbency.
I recommend you wash this handkerchief in cold or lukewarm water and that you dry it in open air. This way, your handkerchief will last a long time and will keep its good looks as time passes by!
One Ettore hanky in your pocket = one more tree on the planet!
Oh yes! For each handkerchief you take home with you, TSHU commits to plant a tree.