Triantafilia is the Greek name of rose flower. It is a two color combination of the cactus pattern, made of woven on the loom fabric and its pattern is an original design by ergon Mykonos team. The style is sleeveless featuring midi length, asymmetrical hem and neck. It has a contrasting pipping collar and pipping around the hem.
Our elaborately designed patterns enclose memories from the 70’s and transform them into unique styles overwhelmed with emotions and primitive innocence .The beat generation, the glam rock scene and the inteligenzia culture played a vital role on the art and fashion of that time. All styles are named after flowers as connotation to the flower power movement of the time.
Cactus pattern: a repeated pattern of a cactus, an imperceptible detail from a painting of a well-known Greek painter of the time.
cactus lime green, cactus mauve, typos
S, M, L
Fit true to size, Light weight fabric, Non-stretchy fabric
100% Greek cotton woven on the loom fabric
|instruction & care||
Do not bleach, Dry clean
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After years of experimentation we design and produce luxurious qualitative woven textiles. We are the first to have combined different features and techniques in looming. The combination of the threads along with the knitting design and the final treatment is something that has never been done before. The fabrics are made of 100% Greek cotton and treated with fil coupé technique, a versatile technique used on a variety of fibers to give them a refined texture. After that the fabrics are sanforized, so as to prevent the normal dimensional alternation of warp and weft and finally they are bleached and collared to get their final touch.
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