We don’t talk about towels enough. We don’t give them the respect they deserve, either. Often flopped into the bottom of our laundry basket, damp and musty, they sit largely unloved. It doesn’t have to be like this, though. Don’t we – or at least those of us who pride ourselves on showering on a daily basis – owe ourselves good looking, eco-friendly towels?
Writer Felix Burrichter seems to think so. The editor of “architectural entertainment” magazine PIN-UP has teamed-up with LA’s EVERYBODY.WORLD, a fashion and lifestyle brand for a series of bath and beach ready products.
The 100% organic cotton towels, produced in Turkey, originally used at the Ace Hotel, and then upcycled by EVERYBODY.WORLD, come in nine shades of nude. Felix and a few of his closest friends – including designer Telfar Clemens and photographer Harley Weir – picked shades that matched their skin tones.
Felix’s towels are available to buy now from the EVERYBODY.WORLD online store.
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