Being a First Generation American is an identity created from migration. Whether your family made two moves or more, whether it was forced on them because of colonialism or violence/political unrest in our parent's homelands.
This portrait shows the colonial implications of migration over time. This work of art was made between 1780-1790 features a girl in a white sari from Lucknow. Overtime the opaque watercolor painting made it's way to the British Library and now to the U.S. via Paulo Grand to show that where we came from and where we are play a role in who we are.
This light-weight shirt has a slim fit and is made from a mix of cotton and polyester. Not only will your shirt have a well-worn feel to it, but it will also wrinkle less and require little to no ironing. What’s more, it stops the garment from shrinking, so it will last for longer.
• 50% ring-spun and combed cotton, 50% polyester
• 7/8" (2.22 cm) seamed crew neck collar
• 1" (2.54 cm) double-needle bottom hem
• 1" (2.54 cm) blind-stitch sleeve hem
• Shoulder-to-shoulder tape
• Slim fit
• Blank products stocked in the US are made in USA
• Blank products stocked in the EU are sourced worldwide