HECTOR – grey bandana bib with elephants

16,00$

Adopt Hector, the bandana bib with an elephant pattern. Eco-friendly, ethically made, useful and oh-so-adorable!

A bandana bib named Hector? Read the exciting story below—one you’ll be able to tell your friends. Looking for that extra incentive to convert? You’ll be happy to know that for every Hector adopted, a tree is planted. TSHU story—errr, we mean— true story.

  • One bandana bib, design by TSHU x L’Aiguille de Liana
  • Adjustable, thanks to its two snap closures behind the neck
  • 100% certified organic cotton poplin, doubled with organic bamboo terry
  • Ethically hand-crafted in Jouques (France)
  • A tree planted for bandana bib purchased

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SKU: TSHU_BB-DHECD-1 Categories: ,
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Description

Hector’s Story

Native from South Africa, a young Hector Pieterson embodied the resistance against the apartheid government and racial inequality.

Style and Finish

This charming, bandana bib is crafted with certified organic materials, ethically made in France. And for each bandana bib purchased, a tree is planted. Pretty inside and out, the HECTOR bandana bib is practical, reliable and—dare we say?—life changing accessory thanks to its quality, hand-picked materials. Looking for the perfect gift? Opt for useful and crowd-pleasing HECTOR bandana bib, suitable for big and small!

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Weight 25 g
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