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BERNHARD WILLHELM

Bicolour Pants
$608.18$425.72(30% off)
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Red and white cotton 'Jersey Shore' trouser from Bernhard Willhelm featuring a concealed front fastening, a double button fly, an elasticated waistband, flap pockets to the sides and a straight leg.
Item ID:10378378

Size & Fit

Models Measurements:

  • Height (cm): 191
  • Bust/Chest (cm): 93
  • Waist (cm): 77
  • Hips (cm): 98
Model is wearing size: S

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Cotton 100%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Machine Wash
  • Brand Style ID : JERSEYSHOREPOW
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    • BERNHARD WILLHELM
      Bicolour Pants

    Designer: BERNHARD WILLHELM


    Since his first show in Paris in 1999, Bernhard Willhelm has not stopped breaking the fashion rules. Through the unexpected use of colour, volume and crazy pop references, he has defied categorisation with his egalitarian approach to design.