“when i had nothing to eat, instead of cursing i would write.” she worked as a scrap paper collector and recorded her daily life on old pages found in the trash. eventually the slum dweller CAROLINA MARIA de JESUS was “discovered” by a journalist, became published, and her 1960s works are still reference for many socio-cultural studies today. cropped green polyester hoodie.
this collection is dedicated to a country that happens to have to largest population of AFRICAN origin, BRAZIL.
• 52% airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% poly fleece
• cropped body with a raw hem
• dyed-to-match drawstrings
• dropped shoulder
|width (inches)||22||23 ½||25 ½||27 ½||29 ½|
|length (inches)||18 ⅝||19 ⅜||21 ⅜||22 ⅛||22 ⅞|