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Curvy Sleeve Shirt

Curvy Sleeve Shirt

Using a mix of deadstock and vintage materials, this piece examines how humble cotton can represent the collective chaos of the city through the uniform tradition of a shirt.

This piece uses a mix of deadstock and vintage buttons and, where possible, organic and deadstock cottons. All cotton has been sourced from Dalston Mill Fabrics, London. Ivory (deadstock cotton) Fuschia (organic cotton) Claret (premium).

Designed and made in London. Only 50 made.

This product is exclusively available for pre-order. All pre-orders will be packed and prepared for shipping on November 30th.

Regular price $156.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $156.00 USD
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Suppliers: Dalston Mills
Ivory cotton - deadstock cotton
Fuchsia cotton - Organic cotton
Claret cotton - Premium cotton
Deadstock/vintage buttons - sourced from marketplaces/charity shops/personal collection.


Shipping & Returns

We offer UK and International shipping for fees calculated at checkout. Please allow 7 business days for UK orders and 14 business days for international orders from when your order was placed to receive. All orders are dispatched directly from our store in Hammersmith, London. Returns are accepted up to 14 days after receipt of goods. All shipping costs and import duties/taxes associated with returns are the responsibility of the customer.

Unfortunately we are unable to ship to the following locations: Africa, Antarctica, Afghanistan, Belarus, Central African, Congo, Christmas Island, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Ukraine, Yemen, Zimbabwe, Ireland, and Bahrain.

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Meet the Creative

Abiola Onabule

Self-taught in the practice of pattern cutting and sewing, Abiola Onabule has always expressed herself artistically through fashion. Her brand produces exuberant, colourful and structurally experimental pieces that incorporate fabrics traditionally used in Nigerian textile culture, such as Aso Oke and starched, crisp cottons.


Atelier100 is championing independent creatives, makers and manufacturers with interesting and original concepts. We want to spotlight local design and production, so all our collaborators are based within 100km of Central London. All the products on our website are also for sale at the Atelier100 store in Hammersmith, London.