oversized polka dot T-shirt
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The carefree Moschino mode is defined by classic Italian leather craft imbibed with a sense of pop culture extravagance and humour. Jeremy Scott keeps the heritage of the brand alive, whilst putting his convivial stamp on the brands aesthetic. Crafted from black cotton, this T-shirt features an oversized fit, a round neck, short sleeves, a polka dot print and a printed logo to the front.
Designer colour: 2555 Nero/bianco/giallo
Designer Style ID: J07075440
Farfetch ID: 13198327
- 1.78 m
- 71 cm
- 91 cm
- 61 cm
Model's wearing: S
- 5 ft 10 in
- 28 in
- 35.8 in
- 24 in
Model's wearing: S
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- Cotton 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Hand Wash
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The Italian fashion house Moschino has been bringing witty and irreverent fashion to the Milan runways since 1984. Rosella Jardini, who headed up the label for 20 years, has found a successor with a matching sense of humour in the LA-based designer Jeremy Scott.