Age doesn't matter when it comes to pulling off Saint Laurent 's rakish designs - Messrs Keith Richards and Justin Bieber were once both photographed wearing the same bomber from the brand, and it's a toss-up as to who wore it better. Another piece that'll work for a wide range of guys, this hoodie has been made in France from a plush cotton-blend velvet that's distressed, so parts are fairly sheer. Layer yours over something with a pattern, like a striped sweater. Shown here with Saint Laurent trousers, Saint Laurent boots. This item is small to size. See Size & Fit notes. - - Black cotton-blend velvet - Drawstring hood, front pouch pocket, ribbed trims, distressed - 80% cotton, 20% polyester - Machine wash - Made in France- For Men.
Logo Hoodie Molleton Imprime Class Capuche Poch In 1000 Black
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LOGO GAUCHE HOODIE
An essential pullover hoodie made in France features a minimalist raised logo print across the chest for brand-distinguishing style. Style Name: Saint Laurent Logo Gauche Hoodie. Style Number: 5618989. Available in stores.
CENTRE LOGO PRINTED HOODIE
Saint Laurent Centre Logo Printed Hoodie from Saint LaurentComposition: 100% Cotton
LOGO-PRINT LOOPBACK COTTON-JERSEY HOODIE
. Saint Laurent is celebrating its heritage, the label recently relocated its HQ to the Left Bank and continues the 'Rive Gauche' collection, a range of casual pieces printed with the original sans serif logo from the '60s. This slim-fit hoodie has been made in France from lightweight loopback cotton-jersey and will look cool over a striped rollneck sweater. Shown here with Saint Laurent jeans, Saint Laurent jacket, Nike Running sneakers. This item is small to size; see Size & Fit notes.
Saint Laurent (sahn loh-rahn) (previously known as Yves Saint Laurent or YSL) is a luxury fashion house founded by Yves Saint Laurent and his partner, Pierre Bergé. The founder of the brand died in 2008. In 2012, PPR announced that Hedi Slimane replaced Stefano Pilati at the helm of the brand. On June 21, 2012, the line was rebranded as Saint Laurent.