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Zazie Top, plain navy, short sleeves

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The compostable Zazie T-Shirt by Aatise is just waiting for you! V-neck, color navy blue, 100% linen 180gr / m2. Soft to the touch, trendy thanks to its adjusted and feminine cut.

Lucie is 1,75m and wears a size S

Top made of 100% linen

Washing inside  out at 30°C recommended. No bleaching. No tumble dryer. The knit fabric shrinks during washing, simply iron it with a steam blow to make it smooth. Flat drying is recommended.

The seams are sewn with cotton yarn, this top is therefore completely biodegradable and compostable.

Linen is very resistant but sensitive! In order to enjoy your garment for a long time, we recommend that you treat and wash your top with care. To preserve its natural shine, we recommend washing it with a natural detergent.

Did you know this ? The premature wearing out of your garment is mainly caused by over frequent, sometimes unnecessary washing with over high temperatures.

The characteristics of linen


Certified skin-friendly Ökotex dying and printing


Linen is soft to the touch and pleasant to wear


Linen is also a very resistant material, you can enjoy your garment for a long time.


The natural antifungal properties of flax prevent odours.



(cool in summer, warm in winter).

Our sustainable engagements through our choice of materials and manufacturing.


Réduction de la pollution

No pesticides, little water, and dry transformation, solvent free. 


Compostable and therefore Recyclable

This Top is made of linen with cotton thread seams.

It is biodegradable and compostable, with no polyester labels.


CO2 friendly

Local supply with a positive CO2 balance.

Made in France

Fair & socially responsible


The fabric is made in Pau 

Fabrication :

Prototypes in Bordeaux.

Workshop in Pau.

Raw Material ?

French linen