Men Hoodie Sweatshirt - Vilebrequin x Highsnobiety
- Limited edition oversized sweater, Vilebrequin x Highsnobiety collaboration
- Vilebrequin x Highsnobiety logo embroidered at chest
- Hometowns of both brands, Los Angeles and St. Tropez are printed on front
- Long sleeves
- Hood with drawstring
- Kangaroo pocket
- Comfortable and loose sweatshirt ideal for an urban look
- Limited edition: Vilebrequin x Highsnobiety collaboration
- Men Sweatshirt
- Solid Sweatshirt
- 100% Cotton
- Neck to hem: 29" (taken from a size L)
Color: NAVY / BLUE
To take care of your adored Men Sweatshirt, we advise you to follow our suggestions below:
- Wash your Sweatshirt at 86F with similar colors.
- Do not use oxygenated or chlorine based bleach/ stain removers.
- Air-dry your Sweatshirt and do not use tumble dryer.
- Regular steam or dry iron, with maximum setting at 300F.
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Vilebrequin x HighsnobietyWhere city streets meet the French Riviera – Highsnobiety and Vilebrequin have joined forces for a collaboration taking you from L.A. to St-Tropez Founded in 2005, Highsnobiety is a German-based streetwear blog, media brand and production agency, dedicated to today's generation of style-conscious individuals. Its scope covers trends and news from fashion to design, music and entertainment. In a world where cultural obsession has become the rule (not the exception), Highsnobiety’s mission is to turn the curious outsiders into style enthusiasts.
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