Will You Marry Me T-shirt
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Taking inspiration from equestrian-inspired silhouettes and a contemporary New York femininity, West Village mixes blazers with bodysuit and corsets. Showing us a less sophisticated street side, whatever the creative director does, the world follows and transforms into gold. This white cotton Will You Marry Me T-shirt features a round neck, short sleeves, a motif, a straight hem, an oversized number on the back and a furry logo motif on the front.
Designer colour: 0110 WHITE BLACK
Designer Style ID: OWAA049F18B070580110
Farfetch ID: 13392411
- 1.77 m
- 85 cm
- 90 cm
- 61 cm
Model's wearing: S
- 5 ft 10 in
- 33.5 in
- 35.4 in
- 24 in
Model's wearing: S
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- Cotton 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Machine Wash
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Virgil Abloh is responsible for the high fashion streetwear brand Off-White. Forcing the streetwear crowd to view the urban scene through his disruptive architectural eye, Abloh created a line that combines graphic emblems and Japanese infused structure for a hype driven audience. After gaining momentum with his prior brand Pyrex, sold originally in his multi-designer boutique, Virgil used his outlook as a global citizen to create a new concept inspired by the cross pollination of current omnichannel media. The outcome was an athletically city driven line with a high-end, gender neutral finish.