Altar Art History Crop Top

$88
Sustainable
USA Made
Vegan

Only 1 piece in stock!

Vintage Japanese deadstock by Toyobo (a textile manufacturer that is over 136 years old) poly crepe de chine with a hi-low hem and a boat neckline. The sleeves are flouncy and flowy and the garment is a two-tone, half and half look with a pale pink back and an art print-style front. Super limited run available.

Sustainably made in-house in Portland, Oregon

Please note that Altar Houseline items can take up to a week to ship.

- Sarah is a size 6 and wearing a Small -

Altar Houseline is designed, patterned, cut and sewn in Portland, Oregon and Los Angeles, CA one piece at a time. Altar works to create a sustainable USA made alternative to the vast majority of sweatshop-made clothing. Altar sources organic and naturally dyed textiles and works with deadstock fabrics and American milled textiles as often as possible. Altar believes in job creation for women and pays living wages to all its employees.

Please allow 5-7 days for delivery.

Sustainable
Our sustainable brand partners are committed to responsible sourcing and intentional design that creates minimal negative environmental impact. Some of their methods may include sustainably harvesting raw materials, upcycling/recycling used materials (such as plastic or dead stock fabrics), or using all natural, earth-friendly materials (such as plant and mineral-based dyes).
USA Made
At Made Trade it's not enough for a product to just be "USA made" it must also adhere to responsible sourcing of materials used and fair treatment of the person who created it. We curate USA made brands who: pay fair, living wages to their makers, provide safe and healthy working conditions, source materials locally wherever possible, prioritize sustainable growth for their business, and implement eco-friendly practices.
Vegan
Vegan products on Made Trade contain no animal products or byproducts. We curate vegan brands who source natural materials as sustainably as possible, do not use polyurethane or other synthetic faux leather materials (instead use plant-based faux leathers, such as Piñatex or mushroom leather) and implement fair business practices with their suppliers and their employees.

Recently viewed