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Japanese designer Rei Kawakubo has taken charge and Comme des Garçons Homme Plus is as captivating as ever. There’s more to her pieces than what meets the eye - elevated casual wear with an influential finish. This off-white striped shirt from Comme Des Garçons Homme features a green mask print with a cutout detail, a classic collar, a front button fastening, long sleeves and button cuffs.
Designer colour: NEUTRALS/MULTICOLOUR
Made in France
Designer Style ID: S27082
Farfetch ID: 13291600
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Comme des Garçons Shirt is the men’s diffusion label of the experimental super-brand by designer Rei Kawakubo. The often avant-garde and always influential label was created by Kawakubo in Tokyo in 1969 before heading to Paris in 1981 where it garnered both acclaim and controversy with a debut collection of distressed and deconstructed pieces. The modern Comme des Garçons brand, which encompasses an entire family of sub-brands in fashion and fragrance, is worn by men and women who like to take an esoteric style stance.