“Tèt Grenn” T-shirt
“Tèt Grenn” translates to "Nappy Head”
Inspired by the beauty episode of our Decolonization Series, this shirt is flipping a commonly derogatory term in Haitian culture on it’s head and celebrating the beauty of kinky hair! Let’s embrace the tèt grenn!
This Ladies cut T-shirt is made with Premium Tri-Blend Cotton and was ethically manufactured in Haiti and screen printed in the US by GoEx Apparel.
“GOEX USES A SIMPLE TEE TO CONNECT THE CUSTOMER AND THE WORKER. OUR CUSTOMERS SUSTAIN FAIR WAGE JOBS THAT LIBERATE WORKERS FROM POVERTY AND EMPOWER THEM IN THEIR FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES.”
- USA Tri-Blend Fabric | 4.4oz
- 50% Recycled Polyester | 25% Cotton| 25% Rayon
- Rib Collar |Back neck & shoulder seam tape
- Double needle topstitch at sleeve and bottom hem
- Fitted to the body
- Tear-away neck label
“Haiti Design Co houses and partners with production teams working in many types of artisan crafting, including leatherwork, sewing, jewelry making, aluminum casting, metal work, weaving, beadwork, horn & bone, tailoring, and shoe making.
We work to provide consistent employment in-house in order to give job training and stability to individuals in vulnerable situations, as well as raise up artisan leaders to succeed as independent entrepreneurs in the community.”
Read more about Haiti Design Co here