“Every South Korean mother knows that one of the best rules for educating her children is to study Gemarrah.”
The “Tushiya” (resourcefulness) T-shirt is the result of a cooperative venture between Tate and the South Korean “Tushiya” brand.
The store’s name, “Tushiya,” comes from the owner’s sense of closeness with Jewish values, shared by many South Koreans who eagerly study Talmud. This amazing fact led us to creating a limited edition capsule collection with breakthrough messages, because we’re here to accept, contain and change. For more on this amazing cooperation, check out our blog.
Look After Me
Turn the shirt inside out before laundering, and wash with similar colors. Cold water wash.
Do not iron the printed side. Do not dry clean.
Hang to dry in the shade.
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