Billfold With Tonal 4-Bar Stripe In Pebble Grain & Patent Leather
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Thom Browne's famous pebble grain texture is present in good part of the brand's leather work. This modern bifold wallet for 2018's Spring/Summer collection is no exception to the fact that Browne's accessories are as avant-garde and elegant as Browne's clothes. Crafted from black leather, this must-have item features two bill compartments, multiple card slots, an iconic internal logo stamp in metallic gold-tone, two red, white and blue grosgrain internal details and a contemporary four stripe varnish detail around the body of the wallet.
Designer colour: 001 BLACK
Designer Style ID: MAW069B00198
Farfetch ID: 12553887
This item only has One Size
- 1.5 cm
- 10 cm
- 11 cm
- 0.6 in
- 3.9 in
- 4.3 in
All measurements are made by Farfetch
- Leather 100%
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Thom Browne moved to New York in 1997 to take up a job as a salesman in Giorgio Armani’s showroom. He is now head of design for his own, eponymous label, which continues to push the boundaries of classic men’s fashion with every new collection.