"BEFORE THE TIGER'S TIME" SCARF

17h10

Marthe Desjonquères' medallions are transformed into a time dial for 17H10. QAnother tigers circle a clock, the hands of which have become branches of ash trees. A touch of light and elegance to tie in her hair, around her neck or around her waist.
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Dimensions: 70cm x 70cm
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ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Amélie and Caroline are the inspiring founders of 17:10 pm, an ethical brand of tailors aimed at independent and dynamic women. For them, Caroline and Amélie imagine elegant, comfortable and functional sets, highlighting their silhouette. The suits are designed in feminine cuts with clean lines, to be composed according to your desires and morphology. The 17:10 p.m. promise? Comfortable and natural materials, meticulous finishes and responsible European manufacturing, for high quality sets made to last.

Composition

100% Silk

Silk is a natural material of animal origin. It comes from the cocoon that the caterpillar makes, or "the silkworm". Selected for its quality and its eco-responsible dimension, silk is a healthy material, causing no allergy. It is a thermoregulatory material which offers a light fabric and very comfortable to wear.
Production

MANUFACTURERS

Confecções Lança
Covilhã, Portugal

All the 17:10 brand products are manufactured in the North-East of Portugal, in an expert factory in structured clothing, and specializing in tailor-made suits. Founded in 1973, Confecções Lança is a family business run by two brothers and their sister. Today, after 50 years of existence and building on traditional know-how, the factory has more than 230 employees who benefit from health insurance and medical visits. The factory is regularly audited by an external and independent body, and it follows the directives of the SA 8000 standard (a social responsibility standard which defends decent working conditions). The company has real environmental commitments by promoting the treatment and collection of waste and the use of renewable energies for the production of electricity and heat.

Certifications

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards)

The GOTS label guarantees an ecological and socially responsible production method, which applies high quality requirements. This label indicates that the textile fibers come from organic farming, and that there are no toxic or carcinogenic substances.

OEKO-TEX®

The OEKO-TEX® label certifies the non-toxicity of textiles and dyes, and the total absence of substances harmful to health. Also guarantees compliance with safety standards throughout the production process.

RWS (Responsible Wool Standard)

The RWS standard is about the welfare of animals and the land in which they are found, ensuring responsible wool from farms with an ethical approach to the management of their land.
Commitments
  • ico-eco-responsible
    The solvents used for converting cellulose into a solid yarn are recycled, and the water used is treated for reuse in the transformation process.
  • ico-local-manufacturing
    All the 17h10 brand products are manufactured in the North-East of Portugal, in a family factory founded in 1973, chosen in particular for its know-how in structured clothing. The factory is regularly audited by an external and independent body, and it follows the directives of the SA 8000 standard (a social responsibility standard which defends decent working conditions). The company has real environmental commitments by promoting the treatment and collection of waste and the use of renewable energies for the production of electricity and heat.
  • Natural
    All 17h10 brand products are made from natural materials, such as silk, organic cotton or even organic wool. These materials are more environmentally friendly and less polluting.
  • Organic
    The fabric chosen for the 17:10 pm tailors is Italian wool certified RWS (Responsible Wool Standard) and GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard). Selected for its quality and its eco-responsible dimension, the wool is organic and comes from animal-friendly museling-free breeding. The linings are made of viscose, a plant material made from Eucalyptus, the cultivation of which is managed sustainably. The solvents used for converting cellulose into a solid yarn are recycled, and the water used is treated for reuse in the transformation process.

100% Silk

Silk is a natural material of animal origin. It comes from the cocoon that the caterpillar makes, or "the silkworm". Selected for its quality and its eco-responsible dimension, silk is a healthy material, causing no allergy. It is a thermoregulatory material which offers a light fabric and very comfortable to wear.

MANUFACTURERS

Confecções Lança
Covilhã, Portugal

All the 17:10 brand products are manufactured in the North-East of Portugal, in an expert factory in structured clothing, and specializing in tailor-made suits. Founded in 1973, Confecções Lança is a family business run by two brothers and their sister. Today, after 50 years of existence and building on traditional know-how, the factory has more than 230 employees who benefit from health insurance and medical visits. The factory is regularly audited by an external and independent body, and it follows the directives of the SA 8000 standard (a social responsibility standard which defends decent working conditions). The company has real environmental commitments by promoting the treatment and collection of waste and the use of renewable energies for the production of electricity and heat.

GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards)

The GOTS label guarantees an ecological and socially responsible production method, which applies high quality requirements. This label indicates that the textile fibers come from organic farming, and that there are no toxic or carcinogenic substances.

OEKO-TEX®

The OEKO-TEX® label certifies the non-toxicity of textiles and dyes, and the total absence of substances harmful to health. Also guarantees compliance with safety standards throughout the production process.

RWS (Responsible Wool Standard)

The RWS standard is about the welfare of animals and the land in which they are found, ensuring responsible wool from farms with an ethical approach to the management of their land.
  • ico-eco-responsible
    The solvents used for converting cellulose into a solid yarn are recycled, and the water used is treated for reuse in the transformation process.
  • ico-local-manufacturing
    All the 17h10 brand products are manufactured in the North-East of Portugal, in a family factory founded in 1973, chosen in particular for its know-how in structured clothing. The factory is regularly audited by an external and independent body, and it follows the directives of the SA 8000 standard (a social responsibility standard which defends decent working conditions). The company has real environmental commitments by promoting the treatment and collection of waste and the use of renewable energies for the production of electricity and heat.
  • Natural
    All 17h10 brand products are made from natural materials, such as silk, organic cotton or even organic wool. These materials are more environmentally friendly and less polluting.
  • Organic
    The fabric chosen for the 17:10 pm tailors is Italian wool certified RWS (Responsible Wool Standard) and GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard). Selected for its quality and its eco-responsible dimension, the wool is organic and comes from animal-friendly museling-free breeding. The linings are made of viscose, a plant material made from Eucalyptus, the cultivation of which is managed sustainably. The solvents used for converting cellulose into a solid yarn are recycled, and the water used is treated for reuse in the transformation process.