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Off-White
roses embroidery T-shirt

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Description

This white cotton T-shirt from Off-White showcases the brand's ability to blend references and offer an artistic take on urban streetwear. With some of the brand`s signatures, embroidered roses and the 'Woman' graphic print at the back, this T-shirt features a crew neck, short sleeves and a loose fit.

Designer colour: 0188 WHITE

Made in Italy

Designer Style ID: OWAA029S170011010188

Farfetch ID: 11862060

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Composition & Care
Composition
Cotton 0%
Washing Instructions:
Machine Wash
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Import duties information

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Designer : Off-White

Virgil Abloh is responsible for the high fashion streetwear brand Off-White. Forcing the streetwear crowd to view the urban scene through his disruptive architectural eye. Albloh created a line that combines graphic emblems and Japanese infused structure for a hype driven audience. After gaining momentum with his prior brand Pyrex, sold originally in his multi-designer boutique. Virgil used his outlook as a global citizen to create a new concept inspired by the cross pollination of current omnichannel media. The outcome was an athletically city driven line with a high-end, gender neutral finish.

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