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BERNHARD WILLHELM

'jeepers' bomber jacket
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Description

White cotton bomber jacket from Bernhard Wilhelm featuring an animal print, a high neck with a contrasting grey ribbed collar, a front zip fastening, flap pockets, a large blue tiger print to the back, long sleeves with zipped pockets and contrasting grey ribbed cuffs.
Item ID:10270597

Size & Fit

Models Measurements:

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

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Cotton 100%
  • Brand Style ID : JEEPERSCANTIG
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    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.