Striped Seersucker Short Sleeve Shirt
55% cotton 45% viscose
made in India with Corridor's partner workshop
Viscose is created from a combination of natural regenerated sources, such as wood pulp. It feels great on the skin and has a similar drape and hand to silk.
Sleeve Length 8"
Sleeve Length 8.5"
Sleeve Length 8.8"
Sleeve Length 9"
Sleeve Length 9"
This garment was made in a family run - 3rd generation, open air workshop with on-site day care, garden, paying a living wage to the artisans who made the goods. The workshop is located in Madras, India, and melds the new (Japanese sewing machines) and the old (hand embroidery, hand loomed fabrics, natural dying) for a product that is authentic and contemporary. This is a mostly woman operated factory and is partnered with a rehabilitation center for women encountering domestic violence. We work out of the workshop for approximately two months of the year.
Corridor is a New York-based, independent brand focused on positive energy and raising vibrations. The clothing is inspired by color, nature, music, love, spirituality, and New York life.
The textiles and garments are designed in-house with selectively-partnered, ethical and environmentally sustainable workshops specialized in the best quality weaving, knitting and sewing.
The Corridor namesake and concept are informed by both the brand’s aesthetic and origin story. After a lifetime of living up and down the Northeast Corridor, designer Dan Snyder founded the company in 2013 out of his sixth-floor walk-up in the East Village, NYC. He remains the sole designer of the brand, and his love is in every piece.