The Hul le Kes Rodin Shirt is a comfortable and oversized garment for every kind of occasion. The shirt has been made at our Manufacturing Studio in Arnhem, the Netherlands, under our high sustainable and social standards. One of our missions at Hul le Kes is to only use existing materials, that is why we found this dead-stock high-quality material to make a very small and limited series.
This Rodin Shirt is part of the Hul le Kes classics. It is a perfect shirt year-round with a slightly oversized fit and a perfect conversation piece on every occasion. The gathering at the back and sleeves are inspired by centuries old workwear of artists. This particular shirt is made of a 100% Linen striped fabric we have found at a warehouse in Germany. Only 1 Rodin Shirt has been made in this fabric.
“The more simple we are, the more complete we become”
–Auguste René Rodin
The shirt bears the name of Parisian sculptor Auguste Rodin (1840 – 1917). A traditionally schooled sculptor who approaches his work like a craftsman. One of his most famous works is Le Penseur (The Thinker). A bronze nude male figure sitting on a rock, his chin resting on his hand. Besides Rodin’s sculptures, his personal workwear is a great inspiration when designing Hul le Kes garments.
This garment is made from dead-stock linen we found at a warehouse in Germany. A beautiful, 100% natural, material of which we bought the final few meters.
This is your chance to get a one of a kind Rodin Shirt. Only one shirt has been made out of this fabric.
Fit & Sizing
In the pictures you see Mohammed and Nadia both wearing the only size 2 Rodin Shirt that has been made in this fabric.
Mohammed is 185 cm (6 ft 08) tall and often wears a size 46 or 48 and size S. Nadia is 172 cm (5 ft 7) tall and wears mostly a size 38 and M.
Are you done with this shirt? We are always happy to receive old items back, especially if they are provided with their original passport. Or give the jacket, including its passport, to your beloved friend or family member.
But never forget: do not throw away your Hul le Kes garment, no matter how worn 0ut it is!