elbow patch knitted jumper
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Spun from a sumptuous blend of soft cotton and wool, Maison Margiela's red knitted jumper is accented with light brown calf leather elbow patches which have been designed with a cut-out effect. The softly structured jumper has been fashioned with a ribbed roll neck and features the Maison's iconic 'ghost' quad stitching which details the back of the neckline. Long sleeves and classic ribbed trims finish this essential piece.
Designer colour: 312 RED
Designer Style ID: S50HA0819S16390
Farfetch ID: 12991797
- 1.87 m
- 95 cm
- 91 cm
- 77 cm
Model's wearing: L
- 6 ft 2 in
- 37.4 in
- 35.8 in
- 30.3 in
Model's wearing: L
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- Calf Leather 100%
- Wool 50%
- Cotton 50%
- Washing Instructions:
- Hand Wash
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Maison Margiela has become the go-to label for discreet cool with a directional twist. Its cerebral approach to deconstruction has seen random objects such as wigs and football scarves fused into works of fashion art.