intarsia signature strip cardigan
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Crafted from the finest knitting materials, Thom Browne’s cardigans are comfortable and filled with iconic style. This pure pink cotton knitted light cardigan has one of the biggest Brown's signature. Displaying an intarsia red, white and blue strip on the back, embellished with a must-have grosgrain tab, this cardigan features a ribbed v-neck leading to a ribbed placket, a front button fastening, long sleeves with ribbed buttoned cuffs, which conceal a signature grosgrain strap and, at last, a practical ribbed front slip pocket .
Designer colour: PINK
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: FKC163A00219
Farfetch ID: 12514973
- 1.8 m
- 81 cm
- 89 cm
- 64 cm
Model's wearing: 40 IT
- 5 ft 11 in
- 31.9 in
- 35 in
- 25.2 in
Model's wearing: 40 IT
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- Cotton 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.