QUEBEC short in towel fabric– 9 Colours


This is QUEBEC.

Short Shorts, side pockets, elasticated waistband. Front and back with a shade difference.

Smart or casual? BOTH!

Recycled material - right down to the rubber band. Locally made and a social atelier. It doesn't get any better than this.




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The production of Studio AMA will be on hold during this period. This does not mean a delay in the launch of our new collection.

We bring the series to you, exclusively in pre-sale. In other words, you make your selection and we bring it to you. We make this piece especially for you. - This item is only on pre-sale!

As a result, we don't make any stock and the price advantage we get from this translates into a lower price for you as a customer.

After this pre-sale, the prices of the items will also rise slightly. The time is now.

When your piece is ready, you will receive it by post.

colour & shade

All pieces are unique. We work with different pieces of fabric, which is why every piece is unique. When you place a presale order, you can indicate your preferences. We will make that piece especially for you.

Tell us what colour you like. A bright colour, or rather a soft, neutral colour? Do you like warm tones, or rather cold tones? - This chart will give you an indication. You can always add extra information when ordering!

Size chart

origin of material

Studio AMA stands for circular fashion. That also means using textile leftovers that would otherwise go to waste.

For the new collection, we are working together with Clarysse, a Belgian textile company that excels in towel fabric.

Clarysse is 1953 specialised in bath, bed and kitchen linen. Just like Studio AMA, they put the emphasis on sustainability and local production.They produce their towel cloth in Belgian factories on Belgian looms, in the safest and most environmentally friendly way possible.

The fabrics they produce are gentle to man and planet - and this can be felt in the material. Studio AMA transforms Clarysse towelling into timeless pieces that should be worn close to the skin: Towel fabric, but wearable.Or how comfort and style are not exclusive to each other.

production process

All pieces are made at tailor-made company Zonnehoeve Production, our partner in Eke-Nazareth.

Zonnehoeve Production offers paid employment within a protected and adapted working environment for people who have difficulty finding their way in the conventional job market.

The designs are adapted to possibilities within Zonnehoeve. Studio AMA works actively with the team from Zonnehoeve to provide feasible yet challenging assignments. An intensive and special innovative collaboration.

Therefore, Studio AMA wants to make use oflocal and social employment to produce ethical fashion. It offers us the perfect opportunity to convert textile surpluses into sustainable fashion in a socially responsible way, while the Zonnehoeve employees can build up new skills in this way through interesting, qualitative assignments.

In doing so, we contribute to a positive impact on society, also with the production process!


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It is important to take good care of your favourite AMA item! This will ensure a longer life for the garment, so you can wear it as long as possible.

  • Overwashing is bad for the environment and for your mood.
  • Steaming is the quickest and easiest way to refresh.
  • Preferably don't use too much and not too aggressive detergents. ("Too much is never good, except for happiness." - from my grandmother)
  • The fabric can take a hit, high temperatures are no problem.It is better to run your machine at a low temperature. Less emissions and often more than adequately cleaned. 
  • To avoid accidents, it is better to put the garment together with the same colours in the washing machine.
  • Ironing and Dryer can do no harm, but preferably choose a natural drying method - the open air!

Taking care of your wardrobe in a sustainable way is both ecological and economical And that is how your clothes last longer.