Elevating Basics to New Heights
Livotte London was born out of a need for elevated tops to go with everything and anything.
Perfecting Fabric Blend: 96:4
The magic is in our fabric which is not too thick and not too thin. The 96% uncontaminated cotton & 4% lycra blend is bespoke to Livotte, a combination born out of the decades of experience in fashion co-founders, Beth & Delphine, have. It's the optimal blend for maintaining a tailored shape whilst maximising soft feel & minimising torquing.
There is also no polyester, rayon or elastane in Livotte's tops.
A Passion for Sustainability: Livotte Lasts
In addition, the fabric has specifically been tested to 200 washes to prove outstanding colour fastness & no shrinkage. Livotte is truly designed to be worn over and over.
All of our production is exclusively done in England and our mill is in the Midlands – about 100 miles outside of London. Our small batch production leads to little to no waste, we use degradeable polybags & our packaging is made from sugarcane.
You can read more about our local production process and passion for sustainability in our Sustainability Statement.
“One material. One kind of fashion item. Two shades. Livotte’s approach to fashion couldn’t be simpler. Livotte set out to create a few of the most comfortable and practical tops around, all created
“London is our home so Made in London was always a requirement. We were naive as to how challenging this would be. Hard as it may have been, we can now proudly say that we ride the tube to our fac
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“Two London-based Americans, both with decades of combined experience in fashion, are aiming to take the cotton jersey shirt to new heights with the launch of the label Livotte.” Real the full arti
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“The specialist British label Livotte focuses only on transforming the common-or-garden tee into something verging on regal.” Real the full piece in The Times here.