52% Cotton, 34% Flax (linen), 10% Polyester, 4% Other fibers
Halfway from Hawaii to Australia lies the small island of Howland, whose little fame is mainly due to the aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart who in 1937 wanted to be the first person to circumnavigate the world at its greatest extent. On Howland, she made a stopover – and remained lost forever. In the collection, HOWLAND is one of the few items with synthetic content. A mixture of recycled cotton and recycled polyester combined with linen was the deciding factor. The result is a dense yet soft herringbone that looks natural in earthy tones and almost sporty and functional when you choose a bright color.