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Introducing our captivating "Wildlife Jewels® Simba the Lion Ruffled Sleeve Top"- a powerful fusion of fine art, fashion, and conservation, passionately crafted with a deep commitment to save lions, made with pride in the USA.
This top is a true embodiment of elegance and sustainability, thoughtfully designed using eco-friendly and irresistibly soft TENCEL Lyocell fabric. Inspired by the beauty and resilience of a precious lion rescued by the Born Free Foundation. This elegant top features a hand-painted lace appliqué design, capturing the essence of Simba the Lion. Each brushstroke in the original painting symbolizes our unwavering passion for Simba and for lion conservation, weaving together art and fashion to spread awareness for these noble creatures. The golden color, combined with the ruffled flowy sleeves, exudes an air of regal grace and fierceness, mirroring the beauty, strength, and resilience of the lion.
With each purchase of this top, you actively contribute to lion conservation efforts. We are committed to donating 20% of our profits to Born Free Foundation to help protect and care for Simba the Lion.
Sustainability: Our TENCEL™ lyocell fibers are made from cellulose, a building block of the renewable raw material wood and are fully biodegradable. TENCEL™ Lyocell is considered one of the most sustainable fibers in the textile industry. Lenzing was the first fiber producer in the world to be awarded the EU Ecolabel for its environmentally friendly fiber production.
About Simba the Lion: Precious Simba the Lion is a symbol of hope. In 2020, as a tiny cub Simba was found abandoned and emaciated in a cardboard box in a deserted garage near Moscow. It is likely he is an innocent victim of the cruel wildlife trade. In December 2021, Simba was transported to the Natuurhulpcentrum (‘Nature Help Centre’) in Belgium and in 2022 Born Free Foundation organized a forever home for Simba at Animanatura Wild Sanctuary in Italy. Simba is now enjoying a new life in a beautiful sanctuary in Tuscany, Italy.