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Frida Organic Hoodie Sweater

Did you know that fashion, comfort, and your love of Frida can all be combined? This organic cotton hoodie sweatshirt is here to prove the point. Featuring grainy cut-out images of the great artist Frida Kahlo, this winter sweater's soft fabric feels gorgeous to touch, while the front pouch pocket and overall hoodie style are right on trend while still keeping it casual.

*The image in the hoodie is from a b/w photograph of Frida Kahlo taken by her father in 1932

Product Details

  • 85% Organic ring-spun combed cotton, 15% Recycled Polyester
  • High quality (280 G/M²)
  • Available colors: white, navy blue, heather grey, burgundy and black
  • Available sizes: XS to XXL (See size guide below)


Size Guide

    SIZES  (cm) XS S M L XL XXL
    Half Chest
    49 51.5 54 57 60 63
    Body Length
    63 66

    Artist Details (Frida Kahlo)

    Frida Kahlo was one of Mexico's greatest artists. She is known for creative and candid self-portraits, paintings inspired by the nature and artefacts of Mexico and the extraordinary vibrancy of her work. 

    Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907. At the age of six, she contracted polio, which caused her to be bedridden for nine months. The disease damaged her right leg and she walked with a limp thereafter. Later in 1925, when she was a student, she was involved in a bus crash and suffered several serious injuries to her spine and pelvis, which would plague her for the rest of her life.

    While recovering from the ordeal, Kahlo began painting and finished her first self-portrait the following year. After that, she continued to paint, exploring themes of identity, gender, postcolonialism and race in Mexican society. 

    In 1929, she married the famed Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, and though their relationship was tempestuous and messy, they continued to support and inspire each other's work throughout their lives.

    Kahlo's work tended to employ a naïve folk-art style, mixing realism with fantasy. She is often identified as a surrealist painter and her deeply personal paintings have had a profound impact on the world in which we live.