cropped striped polo shirt
This cropped striped polo shirt from Lanvin finds the Parisian brand bringing intriguing new elements to traditional casual designs. This Lanvin garment features a pointed collar, leading to a top button and concealed front button placket that has gold-tone hardware in the intent to create luxurious details for the traditional polo shirt. Elbow length sleeves feature ribbed cuffs, making for a slim yet flexible fit, while the slightly cropped hem also features ribbed details.
Designer colour: 10 BLACK
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: RWTO3627MA05P17
Farfetch ID: 11844601
- Viscose 100%
- zamac 85%
- Mother of Pearl 15%
- Washing Instructions:
- Dry Clean Only
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Alber Elbaz’s unfailingly glamorous collections for Lanvin have been enchanting Paris for more than a decade. Building upon founder Jeanne Lanvin’s legacy of elegant construction, the Elbaz aesthetic adds its own humour and fun. Similarly, Lucas Ossendrijver has upheld Mme Lanvin's ideal of menswear as a versatile wardrobe.