Simané Jumpsuit (Safari Green)

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This jumpsuit showcases a classic Koloman Moser print, a tribute to the Vienna Secession art movement, bringing a touch of historical elegance to your wardrobe. The design is brought to life on soft cotton crepe using hand-carved wooden blocks dipped in vibrant dyes, a process that results in a truly unique and captivating piece of clothing.

At CQC LA, we believe in the beauty of small-batch production. This process ensures the quality of each piece and means that each item carries a touch of the artisan's hand. Please note that due to the handcrafted nature of our clothing, slight variations in design and color are to be expected and celebrated."

- 100% crepe cotton
- Cotton lining
- Made in India
- Ships from California

Hand wash and lay flat to dry, or dry clean.

Free shipping and free returns. All returns are accepted on this product within 30 days from the date that the product was delivered to you. Item must be returned unused, unwashed, and undamaged.

The Art of Hand-Block Printing

We honor tradition and artistry through our hand-block printing process. Our artisans, rooted in the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan and Gujarat, breathe life into fabric using hand-carved wooden blocks dipped in vibrant dyes. From meticulously carving the blocks to the rhythmic dance of printing, we ensure every step resonates with the love for this ancient craft. Our process culminates in vivid, intricate designs that embody not only beauty but also our commitment to preserving this time-honored technique.

Nourishing Lives with Every Purchase

More than just a home decor and clothing company, CQC LA is committed to fighting child hunger in India. For every quilt or clothing item purchased, we partner with the Akshaya Patra Foundation, providing a meal to a child in need for one month. This partnership is aiding in feeding 2.8 million children in India daily, making strides towards a future free from child hunger.