T-shirt it's better when it's good
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T-shirt 100% cotton made in France, in the Vosges, in collaboration with Emmanuelle Jary, creator of the program span> It's better when it's good .
All of the profits from the sale of these t-shirts will be donated to the social center La 20 è span> me chair ( Located in the XXth arrondissement of Paris) in order to be able to serve breakfasts for a school year to children who do not have the opportunity to take them home in the morning before leaving at school.
100% cotton t-shirt, 160 g/m2, made in Épinal, in the Vosges.
Tricolor detail at the bottom of the body.
Cleanliness band. < BR> screen printing of the logo of Emmanuelle Jary's show, it's better when it's good, in the center of the t-shirt.
available in women's version and in men's version.
💡 With the acquisition of this t-shirt you make a united gesture to allow children to benefit from a breakfast.
The 20 è span> me chair
For residents of the Amandiers district, the 20th chair is the place where they meet and do things together.
For institutions, the 20th chair is a social center, mainly collective equipment subsidized by the Family Allowance Fund and the City of Paris.
What sum is donated to the Social Center La 20 è span> me chair?
10 euros are donated to the 20 è span> me chair for the purchase of this t -Shirt.
This sum will be used to finance the time of a school year of breakfasts for children not enjoying in the morning.
Do you want to get to know the people behind the making of our pieces? We present them to you a little below . a little below . .
Know-how kept in good hands.Here is the team behind the manufacture of our products.
Élodie takes care of the cutting of the fabrics, Sophie manages the sewing, the hems or even the laying of the pockets when Sandrine checks that no thread protrudes from the embroidery.
And all these steps take place under the expert eye of our production managers Cathie and Pauline.
This is how more than 53 passionate little hands work every day to reinvent the French textile industry in our Spinalien workshop.