oversized shirt dress
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John Galliano continues to rule supreme with his new SS18 season at Maison Margiela. The key looks featured a continuation of the décortiqué technique that has long remained a key label aesthetic alongside a sophisticated take on construction and deconstruction. Focused on the structure, this white cotton oversized shirt from Maison Margiela features a pointed collar, a front button fastening, a single chest pocket, an oversized fit and elongated sleeves.
Designer colour: 100
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: S51DL0240S43001
Farfetch ID: 12537351
- 1.78 m
- 82 cm
- 89 cm
- 57 cm
Model's wearing: XS
- 5 ft 10 in
- 32.3 in
- 35 in
- 22.4 in
Model's wearing: XS
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- Cotton 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Machine Wash
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Maison Margiela has become the go-to label for discreet cool with a directional twist. Its cerebral approach to deconstruction has seen random objects such as wigs and football scarves fused into works of fashion art.