Walter Van Beirendonck Vintage
'W.&.L.T' printed shirt
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Multicoloured cotton blend 'W.&.L.T' shirt from Walter Van Beirendonck Vintage featuring skyscraper, dot and insect print, a pointed collar, a front button placket and long sleeves. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections.
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: WLT181
Farfetch ID: 10687515
- Cotton 50%
- Polyester 50%
- Washing Instructions:
- Dry Clean Only
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Belgium born Walter Van Beirendonck studied at the esteemed Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, where he developed his own aesthetic that fuses art and ethnic influences. Launching his first collection under his self-titled label in 1983, his big break came in 1987 where at the British Designer Show he presented as one part of the influential ‘Antwerp Six’. Beirendonck’s collections draw on influences from art, music and literature and reflect strong and unique cuts with a daring use of graphics and colour.