Made of premium french terry, the Frida Lounge Cropped Tee is a step above the ordinary with its high quality fabric. Featuring dropped shoulders and an oversized fit, it’s perfect for lounge or a relaxed look to wear on repeat.
- Soft, breathable fabric
- Crew neck
- Short sleeves
- Dropped shoulder
- Raw-cut hem
- Printed, cut, and handmade
- Oversized fit, cropped length
- Hits above hips
- Model is 5’9″ wearing size XS
- Model’s bust is 32B
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low
- 100% Polyester, French Terry
- Fabric weight: 7.67 oz/yd² (260g/m²)
- Estimated delivery: 15-30 business days
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Frida Kahlo (1907 – 1954) was born on July 6, 1907 in the house of her parents, known as La Casa Azul (The Blue House), in Coyoacan. Frida is remembered for her self-portraits, pain and passion, and bold, vibrant colors. She is celebrated in Mexico for her attention to Mexican and indigenous culture and by feminists for her depiction of the female experience and form. Kahlo, who suffered from polio as a child, nearly died in a bus accident as a teenager. She suffered multiple fractures of her spine, collarbone and ribs, a shattered pelvis, broken foot and a dislocated shoulder. She began to focus heavily on painting while recovering in a body cast. In her lifetime, she had 30 operations. Life experience is a common theme in Kahlo’s approximately 200 paintings, sketches and drawings. Her physical and emotional pain are depicted starkly on canvases, as is her turbulent relationship with her husband, fellow artist Diego Rivera, who she married twice. Of her 143 paintings, 55 are self-portraits. Kahlo’s first self-portrait was Self-Portrait in a Velvet Dress in 1926. It was painted in the style of 19th Century Mexican portrait painters who themselves were greatly influenced by the European Renaissance masters. During her life, self portrait is a subject that Frida Kahlo always returns to, as artists have always returned to their beloved themes – Vincent van Gogh his Sunflowers, Rembrandt his Self Portrait, and Claude Monet his Water Lilies.
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