Poplin Shoulder-Tie Top
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Proenza Schouler embraces a youthful energy around the collection - with emphasis upon detailing and a bohemian theme. From form-fitting minimalist silhouettes to sleek tailored pieces, the brand has stylish unique pieces for every occasion. A deconstructed update on traditional shirting, this off-shoulder top showcases the asymmetrical, yet classic aesthetic of the season's collection. Cut from superfine Italian cotton poplin with a crisp starched finish, this top features a buttoned neckline which can be folded asymmetrically to reveal a functional shoulder tie.
Designer colour: OPTIC WHITE
Designer Style ID: R173428SC031
Farfetch ID: 12162933
- Cotton 69%
- Viscose 31%
- Washing Instructions:
- Dry Clean Only
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Proenza Schouler’s blend of minimalist silhouettes with exotic prints has been setting the bar for youthful, tailored fashion since Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez launched the label in New York in 2002. It is named after the two designers’ mothers’ maiden names.