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Sulvam

Side slit V-neck wool tunic shirt

Product Code   101281773


Acquiring skill under Yohji Yamamoto, Japanese designer Teppei Fujita established sulvam to reinterpret menswear tailoring. Cut in a relaxed tunic-like silhouette, this shirt is split at the hem to deem wearability as paramount. This piece's raw-edged seams run like a common thread through the brand's AW16 collection.

US$450

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Acquiring skill under Yohji Yamamoto, Japanese designer Teppei Fujita established sulvam to reinterpret menswear tailoring. Cut in a relaxed tunic-like silhouette, this shirt is split at the hem to deem wearability as paramount. This piece's raw-edged seams run like a common thread through the brand's AW16 collection.
  • Black wool twill
  • Contrast stitching
  • Raw-edged seams
  • V-neck
  • Adjustable button square cuff
  • Side split hem with gussets
  • Slip-on style
  • Made in Japan
  • 100% Wool
  • Wash

  • Bleach

  • Tumble Dry

  • Iron

  • Dry Clean

  • Model wears size M and is 6'3"/190cm tall
  • Model's measurements: Chest 96.5cm (38") / Shoulder 46.9cm (18.5") / Waist 76cm (30") / Hip 94cm (37")
  • Product size M measures: Length 110cm / Chest 114cm / Waist 110cm
  • Relaxed fit with a longer body
  • True to size

    Delivery service is available for this item, and is covered by our Return & Exchange Policy. The item must meet the requirements of “Sellable Condition” under our Terms and Conditions.

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