The Herakles Bustier features a custom bold blue-flame dragon print hand illustrated in the same style used in ancient Greek pottery. The bustier features a cut on the front with a ruffle trim reminiscent of lava billowing out of a volcano. There is soft-lines boning on each side for a structured, snug fit and a center-back exposed zip closure. Crafted from a plain weave blend of organic hemp and cotton and heavyweight twill, this bustier is soft to the touch while providing durable, long-lasting wear.
Natural Hemp Twill 55% Organic Hemp 45% Organic Cotton
100% Wool Voile Mulesing Free
Machine Wash On Gentle And Cold, Hang To Dry, Iron As Needed
Natural Hemp Twill
All Cotton and hemp is certified organically grown by Control Union according to the NOP National Organic Program and GOTS Global Organic Textile Standard certification.
NON-GMO Sustainable Industrial Hemp grows without the need of harmful herbicides and pesticides. No pesticides are used due to the inherent properties contained in the plant itself. Hemp does not require irrigation unlike other natural fibers. The unique inherent characteristics of the fiber of hemp have the additional ability to suppress the growth of harmful bacteria and fungi.
Certifications: SBP Certified. SBP considers corporate responsibility and PIT (Product Information Transparency) to be an essential part of any company or product.
Dyes: Fiber reactive low impact dyes used for 100% Hemp, Hemp/Organic Cotton
Envirotextiles Factory Conditions: ISO 9001:2000
Envirotextiles Factory Benefits: Transportation to factory provided by factory, 6 hour days with 1 hour lunch, half-days on Saturday during holiday production season, one cooked lunch, paid approximately $700 USD per month; Paid National Holidays total 91 days per year. 98 days paid maternity leave. One hour fully-paid for breastfeeding up to 1 year. Retirement age is 55 years.
Supplier: Ecological Textiles
Certifications: Mulesing Free
Mulesing-free wool supports high animal welfare standards by not participating in mulesing: a cruel yet common practice used by sheep farmers that involves the removal of posterior flesh of the animal without anesthetics. A commitment to mulesing-free wool prioritizes the quality of product and life for all involved in the process over quantity.
Please note: all pre-orders will ship by February 25th, 2022.