Bottega Veneta Embellished fine-knit T-shirt
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  • Joseph - Button-embellished Merino-wool T-shirt
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    - Joseph gray T-shirt - Lightweight merino wool - Button-embellished back panel, asymmetric hem, ribbed trims - Slips on - 100% merino wool - Machine wash or dry clean - Imported The contemporary collections of London-based brand JOSEPH are focused around a strong core of luxury essentials - think chic tailoring and flawless silk separates. Led by creative director Louise Trotter, this label is the ultimate go-to for smart but modern workwear and off-duty essentials that will never date.
  • Haider Ackermann - Coated Printed Stretch-jersey T-shirt
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    - Haider Ackermann multicolored T-shirt - Coated printed stretch-jersey - Raw hem - Slips on - 30% rayon, 30% nylon, 20% fleece wool, 20% wool - Dry clean - Imported Exquisite draping and sleek tailoring are Haider Ackermann's signatures. A graduate from the prestigious Antwerp Fashion Academy of Fine Arts, this Colombian designer works mainly with leather, wool and silk in muted shades.
  • M Missoni - Crochet-knit And Stretch-jersey T-shirt
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    - M Missoni multicolored T-shirt - Crochet-knit, stretch-jersey - Asymmetric seam detail, ribbed trims - Slips on - Fabric1: 92% viscose, 8% elastane; fabric2: 41% viscose, 34% cotton, 19% polyester, 6% polyamide - Dry clean - Imported Launched in 1998, the little sister to heritage Italian label Missoni puts a youthful spin on the house's established signatures - it was conceived as a unique collection of wearable pieces for work and play. Expect statement
  • House of Holland - Leopard-print Cotton T-shirt
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    - Multicolored leopard-print cotton - Slips on - 100% cotton - Dry clean
  • Emilio Pucci - Printed Cotton-jersey And Silk-chiffon T-shirt
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    - Emilio Pucci multicolored T-shirt - Printed cotton-jersey - Red silk-chiffon back panel - Slips on - Fabric1: 100% cotton; fabric2: 100% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy Defining the essence of jet-set, Florentine aristocrat Emilio Pucci started his brand by designing a ski suit on the slopes of Zermatt. Going on to create a complete travel-friendly wardrobe in kaleidoscopic patterns, he was christened the 'Prince of Prints.' Today, creative director Massimo Giorgetti brings a contemporary approach to this carefree spirit.

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