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BERNHARD WILLHELM

knitted kimono
$1,054.70
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Multi-coloured cotton and wool blend kimono from Bernhard Willhelm featuring a rolled collar, an open front closure, a tie fastening at the waist, long sleeves, two front patch pockets, a straight hem and a graphic pattern.
Item ID:10498723

Size & Fit

Models Measurements:

  • Height (cm): 186
  • Bust/Chest (cm): 90
  • Waist (cm): 77
  • Hips (cm): 91
Model is wearing size: M

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Cotton 35%,
  • Composition: Viscose 38%,
  • Composition: Acetate 5%,
  • Composition: Wool 22%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Machine Wash
  • Brand Style ID : GIRTH
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    • BERNHARD WILLHELM
      knitted kimono

    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.