Sweater knitted brown, black, beige with a split on both sides. The sweater is inspired by the coloring of the Egyptian desert.
Mentoe was a god from the Egyptian antiquity and was portrayed in several ways. His original portrayal was that of a falcon god holding a ceremonial axe. Mentoe was honored in the region of the Thebe, including four temple cities: Medamud, Karnak, Armant and Tod. Later, Mentoe would be portrayed in many other ways, but he will always be the falcon god. Sand colours from the Egyptian dessert form the inspiration for the Mentoe piece.