Ami Alexandre Mattiussi
Crewneck Birdseye Stitch Sweater
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Well-made, timeless staples are at the core of Alexandre Mattiussi’s collections for Ami. Made from a luxuriously soft wool-blend in a slim silhouette, this birdseye-woven sweater features a small geometric pattern, a classic crew neck, long sleeves and contrasting ribbed trims for subtle definition. Try yours with cropped trousers and sneakers for a modern spin.
Designer colour: 004 BLACK/WHITE
Designer Style ID: H18K016014
Farfetch ID: 12813459
- 1.87 m
- 95 cm
- 91 cm
- 77 cm
Model's wearing: m
- 6 ft 2 in
- 37.4 in
- 35.8 in
- 30.3 in
Model's wearing: m
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- Polyester 5%
- Wool 48%
- Acrylic 47%
- Washing Instructions:
- Dry Clean Only
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Ami is a Parisian menswear brand founded by Alexandre Mattiussi and based on his subtle, street-savvy style. Mattiussi worked at Dior, Givenchy and Marc Jacobs before launching his own version of contemporary cool in 2011.