The male fashion trends for the coming winter reward the animal print. Saint Laurent rides the wave, with the ultra-soft leopard print sweater in wool and mohair. Avoid excesses by matching the pullover with the black straight trousers and suede boots. Ribbed crewneck, hem and cuffs Leopard pattern Beige color 49% Wool, 36% Mohair, 15% Polyamide Made in Italy Item in photo corresponds to L. Mannequin size: 48 IT. Mannequin measures: Height 202cm, Bust/Breast 94cm, Waist 75cm, Hips 93cm, Shoulder 48cm, Neck 43cm.
Sweater With Allover Leopard Jacquard In Neutrals
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Saint Laurent's latest collection saw an elegant interpretation of contemporary menswear detailed by sharp 1980s references, as showcased by this beige, black and brown wool-mohair blend intarsia leopard knitted sweater. Featuring a crew neck, long sleeves and a straight hem.
MOHAIR & WOOL JACQUARD SWEATER
Crewneck. Ribbed collar, cuffs and hem. All over jacquard pattern placement may vary. Sample size: S
Round Neck- Regular Fit- 49% Wool, 36% Mohair, 15% Polyamide- Made In Italy- Model Is 1. 90 Tall And Wears Size M
Sweater From Saint Laurent: Wool Animalier SweaterComposition: 49% wo, 36% wm, 15% pa
JACQUARD WOOL PULLOVER
Leopard printRibbed edges36% Mohair, 49% Wool, 15% Trimmings
Saint Laurent Leopard Crew Knit
Taking a walk on the wild side, latest knitwear offering gets the on-trend leopard print treatment. Made in Italy and given an all-over pattern, there’s no chance of hiding in the shadows with this; but, with a soft wool blend and ribbed trimmings, you’ll be standing out in comfort.
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.