A craftsmanship that makes all the difference.

It is strange but you rarely get to see how the products you wear are made. Somehow, almost like magic, new products pops up in the stores. It is almost like we have forgotten the craftsmanship that lies behind. 

About two hours outside of Riga you find a small town called Kuldiga. An old town with beautiful buildings and also known for its extremely wide waterfall. 

Here you find a 200 year old brick building, just like what you would imagine a classic factory building to look like. 

Where the tradition of craftsmanship is mixed with modern technology, creating a blend of perfect harmony. This is where the Lupin t-shirt gets sewn. 

As the fabric arrives from Marbäck it goes through a five step process and it all starts with washing. 

After that the different pattern parts are cut and it is all optimised leaving as little waste as possible.  The skilled seamstresses put the parts together and Lupin t-shirt is almost finished. Before final packaging, each t-shirt goes through a final inspection making sure they all meet the expected quality. 

Within this week the production will be finished and we are extremely eager to start delivering the Lupin t-shirt to you! 

Stay tuned!

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