Tap Balenciaga’s edgy streetwear-inspired codes with this navy sweater, which is spray-painted in neon green for a graffiti aesthetic. It’s shaped to an oversized silhouette in Italy from heavyweight ribbed stretch wool and has a deep V neck and slouchy drop-shoulder sleeves. Product number: COLOUR: Navy COMPOSITION: 96% wool, 3% polyamide, 1% elastane. CARE: Dry clean COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Italy Heavyweight ribbed stretch wool, green graffiti motifs Deep V-neck Drop-shoulder sleeves
Graffiti Oversized Ribbed Stretch-wool Sweater In 3258 Nvygrn
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Multicolor Flame Print V Neck Jumper Multicolor Black/Green Ribbed V Neck Flame Print Extra Long Sleeves Slightly Oversized Fit 100% Virgin Wool Made In Italy
V-NECK PRINTED JUMPER
This long-sleeved jumper by Balenciaga has a V-neck with stitched lining. We particularly like the flame patterns which stir the fire sleeping in us.
GERIPPTER PULLOVER MIT MUSTER
Gerippter Pullover mit Muster von Balenciaga. Merkmale: gerippter V-Ausschnitt, tief angesetzte Schulter, lange Ärmel, gerippter Strick, lockere Form und Oversized-Passform.
V-FLAME WOOL SWEATER
V Neckline. Ribbed collar. All over print placement may vary . Contrasting color details. Sample size: S
Navy and Green Wool Sweater by Balenciaga, v neck line, ribbed knit, oversize fit, spray painted. Composition: 96% Wool, 3% Polyamide, 1% Elastane
PRINTED RIBBED WOOL-BLEND SWEATER
. The incredibly long sleeves and loose proportions of Balenciaga's garments are partly inspired by Mr Demna Gvasalia's childhood wardrobe – he would often be made to wear clothes several sizes too big, to grow into them. This sweater has been rib-knitted in Italy from a weighted wool-blend and has a deep V-neckline. The neon-green flames look as though they've been spray-painted on.
The House Of Balenciaga A fashion house founded by Cristóbal Balenciaga in 1918, this Spanish born designer was known for his unmatchable eye to detail in the art of couture making. His pieces showed uncompromising standards which led the designer Christian Dior to refer to Balenciaga as the "the master of us all". Trademarks of Balenciaga's where evident as he progressed. Odd, feminine, yet undoubtedly modern shapes where some of the many. Balenciaga was also known for starting his shows with a Little Black dress in the season's cut, but put to work his architecturally driven mind to derive an ultra modern form of what was once a traditional LBD, into a highly sought after "IT" piece.