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Green cotton shirt from Moschino featuring a collar, a v-neck with a lace-up closure, long wide sleeves and a seam at the back that creates a draped effect. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have imperfections.
Item ID: 10213833
- bust: 116 centimetres, waist: 118 centimetres
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- Cotton 100%
- WASHING INSTRUCTIONS
- Dry Clean Only
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The brand Moschino emerged in 1984 through the vision of Franco Moschino who sought to bring playful fashion to the catwalk and challenge the boundaries of conventional style. Moschino's fresh, new approach provided light relief. It sent up high glamour and sophistication of fellow designers and made fun of their high prices. He was zany, iconoclastic and always ready to shock with an outrageous idea, but his clothes were wearable and cut to the highest standards. He was an expert tailor and liked to make visual puns.
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Lugo di Ravenna , Italy
A.N.G.E.L.O. Vintage has grown from humble beginnings at a second-hand market stall into one of Europe’s most comprehensive archives of vintage fashion. Angelo Caroli, the owner, is considered a trailblazer in ethical fashion and has built the brand on his belief that the value of clothes lies far deeper than in their appearance.