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Thom Browne
Oversized Long Sleeve Button Down Point Collar Shirt With Tumbholes & 'Too Cold' Icon Applique On Egyptian Cotton Poplin

Description

Successfully nominated to and winner of a series of Designer Of The Year titles, Thom Browne began his journey in ready-to-wear in 2003. Perpetuating a timeless craftsmanship of handmade tailoring, his innovative garments are recognised by many museums around the world. Crafted in Italy from white cotton, this tailored shirt features a button down collar, a front button fastening, long sleeves with button cuffs, a chest pocket, a curved hem, a front logo patch, a slim fit and thumb holes at the cuffs. It also presents a no dress faded print at the back and a classic loop tab.

Made in Italy

Designer Style ID: FLL045A02739

Farfetch ID: 12404971

Size & Fit

Fitting Information

Item fits true to size

Measurement Information

Centimeters Inches

Model

Height:
1.75 m
Bust:
86 cm
Hips:
88 cm
Waist:
60 cm

Model is wearing size: 44 IT

Model

Height:
5 ft 9 in
Bust:
33.9 in
Hips:
34.6 in
Waist:
23.6 in

Model is wearing size: 44 IT

All measurements are made by Farfetch

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Composition & Care
Composition
Cotton 100%
Washing Instructions:
Dry Clean Only
Designer : Thom Browne

Thom Browne moved to New York in 1997 to take up a job as a salesman in Giorgio Armani’s showroom. He is now head of design for his own, eponymous label, which continues to push the boundaries of classic men’s fashion with every new collection.

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