Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Archivist Studio
This shirt is made from upcycled hotel linen
The fabric is thoroughly washed before being turned into shirts
Each shirt costs 150 euros
The shirts are manufactured in Berlin and Bucharest

The concept is as simple as it sounds: amass 200 kilos of used luxury hotel bed linen and repurpose them into homewear staples. Archivist Studio went about this thankless task of collecting the linen from hotels based in London and Amsterdam – they claim to have more than a few years supply – before washing and remaking them into work shirts and blouses from their bases in Berlin and Bucharest. So, the next time someone wonders why your top looks and feels comfortable, that’s because you know they’re made from quality thread count.

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