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Sacai
fairisle knit socks

| HK$402
HK$402
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Description

Founded in 1998 by Rei Kawakubo's protégé Chitose Abe, the Sacai collection is a clever mix of whimsical hybrids, voluminous silhouettes and contrasting fabrics. Green cotton fairisle knit socks featuring a ribbed hem. Socks and Hosiery must be returned in its original unopened packaging.

Designer colour: 413

Designer Style ID: 01605M

Farfetch ID: 12666855

Composition & Care
Composition
Cotton 100%
Washing Instructions:
Machine Wash
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Designer : Sacai

Sacai is the label that those in the know love to own - the finest quality knits, reformed in unusual ways with contrasting fabrics. Having previously worked for Comme des Garçons, Japanese designer Abe Chitose created Sacai in 1999 to showcase her own skill and expertise.

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