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Bernhard Willhelm Lattice Trench

$ 1,525

Bernhard Willhelm Lattice Trench. Washed black long trench coat with button front closure, double belt tie, side seam pockets, back slit and the designer's signature lattice detailing at front and back.

• 100% Cotton
• Hand wash cold
• Made in India


Size & Fit
• Unisex
• Oversize fit
• Size S: bust 19", body length 49"
• Jessica is 5'11", S top, size 4 pant. Model is wearing a S. 

Continental US
Ground (1-5 Business Days): $10
2-day (2 Business Days): $25
Next Day (1 Business Day): $50
FREE ground shipping for orders $200+

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NYC Messenger Service (1–3 Hours): $20

International
Canada (5-7 Business Days): $25
Rest of World (5-10 Business Days): Calculated at Checkout

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Paris, France Born in Germany, Bernhard Willhelm has been designing alternate-universe collections for men and women for nearly three decades. Willhelm's clothing has been described as being typified by craftsmanship, eclecticism, and irony. His inspirations range from South German folklore, historical costume to sport and traditional Japanese dress as well as questions of diversity, the human condition, facets of culture and perceptions of reality.