This straight, long blouse with long sleeves and front closure, no neckline, has two front pockets. This is a cover of a large artist’s blouse, in linen, dyed with natural indigo in a village in Africa. A few white polka dots are scattered on the garment: these are the shiboris created, places of the fabric where the fiber has not been saturated with dye, which untied then keep the color of the fabric before dyeing. The pattern of the garment was created directly from an artist’s blouse, but in a resistant fabric and a natural, non-industrial color. The blouse can be worn open or closed.