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'Drop Out Varsity' jacket
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Charcoal wool blend 'Drop Out Varsity' jacket from Obey Propaganda featuring gold-tone button down fastening, a ribbed collar, two slit pockets to the waist, contrasting floral long sleeves with ribbed cuffs and a ribbed hem.
Item ID:10497220

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Wool 50%,
  • Composition: Polyurethane 50%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Dry Clean Only
  • Brand Style ID : 221800018DROPOUTVARSITYJACKET
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    Designer: OBEY


    Even before launching his line in 2001, American artist Shepard Fairey had garnered a reputation for his street and skate-inspired art. The RISD grad is known for screen prints and illustrations, most notably the “Hope” campaign he created for the 2008 presidential election.