Classic V-Neck Cardigan In Cashmere With White 4-Bar Sleeve Stripe
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As renowned for his beloved knitwear as he is for his boundary-pushing tailoring, this knitted cardigan finds Thom Browne editing a familiar favourite with more athletically-inclined detailing. Crafted in the United Kingdom from soft cashmere, this sophisticated cardigan features a v-neck, a front button fastening, long sleeves, button cuffs, a ribbed hem and cuffs, a double vent to the rear, stripes at the sleeve and red, white and blue grosgrain cuffs detail and back yoke tab.
Designer colour: 035 MED GREY
Made in United Kingdom
Designer Style ID: FKC001A00011
Farfetch ID: 11527089
- 1.76 m
- 79 cm
- 88 cm
- 61 cm
Model's wearing: 38 IT
- 5 ft 9 in
- 31.1 in
- 34.6 in
- 24 in
Model's wearing: 38 IT
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- Outer Composition
- Cashmere 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Dry Clean Only
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Thom Browne moved to New York in 1997 to take up a job as a salesman in Giorgio Armani’s showroom. He is now head of design for his own, eponymous label, which continues to push the boundaries of classic men’s fashion with every new collection.