Komin So Free(dah)
Komin So Free(dah)
Komin So Free(dah)
Komin So Free(dah)

So Free(dah) Snood

Sale price€36,00
Size:0 – 6 months

Snood made of midweight organic fabric 93% cotton, 7% elastane. Suitable for all seasons.

With Liberté, our newest collection for the spring/summer 2021 season, we want to invite you and your child to reflect upon the meaning of freedom. Let the example be the incredible Frida Kahlo, with her life telling a story about courage, strength, hope and love, as well as overcoming barriers. A character that does not cease to fascinate and inspire new generations - don’t we need exactly such people to be role models for our children? Together, let’s marvel at the beautiful homeland of the artist who inspired us to create four original prints symbolizing an open mind, free love and the broadly understood liberty of women and art. The Mexican cult of colors is reflected in the vibrant hues, the pastel shades make you feel the warmth of infinite love and the linear graphics manifest the fortitude.

Snood with the So Free(dah) print designed by Klaudia Mączka Rzewuska, inspired by the liberty of speech and arts depicted as a linear portrait of the incredible Frida Kahlo. Her unusual strength and deep sensitivity motivate us to enjoy life as it is, despite all odds.

Made of the highest quality organic cotton grown without pesticides, manufactured in social equality and environmentally friendly conditions. GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) and OEKO-Tex certified.

Snood's color in the photo may vary based on screen type.

For the details about sizes please refer to the link from the bottom of the page "Sizes".

Handwash at 30°C only. Dry flat.

All our products are made the way to complement each other, so they fit perfectly in various combinations. You can choose a kimono or a scrunchie with the same pattern as your turban, or easily create a matchy look with your daughter, sister or best friend.

By purchasing products from the Liberté collection, you support the ‘Open Mind’ foundation, which promotes the idea of "world without barriers", supporting local craftsmanship and contemporary design, in order to show that culture and art make our lives better.