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House of the Very Islands Deconstructed Sweater

$ 245

House of the Very Islands Deconstructed Sweater.

• Oversize fit
• 100% organic cotton
• Made in Hungary

Nikolai is 6'2, L shirt, size 32 pant
He is wearing a size L

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More by House of the Very Islands Vienna, Austria Founded in 2006, House of the Very Island's creates avant-garde menswear, with a focus on sustainability and socially fair modes of production. Combining effortless wear-ability with conceptual pattern making and explicit silhouettes. Mathematical operations are used to make classic patterns into complex, witty and highly individual clothes.