camouflage print logo T-shirt
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Olivier Rousteing upholds Balmain’s reputation of military-inspired pieces with a rebellious tough-luxe edge as gold-tone hardware and an earthy colour palette continue to define the brand. Cut from premium cotton, this khaki green and brown camouflage print T-shirt is the perfect way to work the brand's signature style into your casual repertoire. It features a round neckline, short sleeves, a straight hem and a metallic gold #JOINTHEBALMAINARMY print to the front.
Designer colour: 187
Designer Style ID: W7H8601I042M
Farfetch ID: 12252082
Item fits true to size
- 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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- Cotton 0%
- Washing Instructions:
- Machine Wash
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The French fashion house Balmain was founded in 1945 by Pierre Balmain, who propelled the brand to stardom with his decadent designs. Since Balmain’s death in 1982, a series of notable designers have each put their unique stamp on his his lavish legacy.