Cotton Graphic Print Button Front Shirt

Ann Demeulemeester
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Cotton Graphic Print Button Front Shirt

$545
$99 Gilt
Size (FR):
Women's Apparel
FR Wm Alpha Wm US IT UK JP DE CN (cm) Bust (inches) Waist (inches) Hip (inches)
32 XXS 00 34 2 3 28 82 31" 23" 33 1/2"
34 XS 0 36 4 5 30 84 32 1/2" 24" 35"
36 S 2 38 6 7 32 86 33" 25" 36"
38 S 4 40 8 9 34 88 34" 26" 37"
40 M 6 42 10 11 36 90 35" 27" 38"
42 M 8 44 12 13 38 92 36" 28" 39"
44 L 10 46 14 15 40 96 37 1/2" 29 1/2" 40 1/2"
46 L 12 48 16 17 42 98 39" 31" 42"
48 XL 14 50 18 19 44 102 40" 32 1/2" 43 1/2"
50 XL 16 52 20 21 46 106 41" 33" 44"
52 XXL 18 54 22 23 48 110 43" 34 1/2" 45"
  • 34
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    Wm Alpha XS
    Wm US 0
    IT 36
  • 36
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    Wm Alpha S
    Wm US 2
    IT 38
  • 38
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    Wm Alpha S
    Wm US 4
    IT 40
Color:
orange beige
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Description
Designer
  • Cotton graphic print top
  • Dual button closure at sleeve cuff, slit at side
  • Button-down front
  • 22 inches from shoulder to hemline; Measurements were taken from a size 38
  • Model's height is 5 feet 9½ inches; bust 31 inches; waist 23½ inches; hips 34½ inches

Material: 100% cotton shell

Brand: Ann Demeulemeester

Origin: Portugal

As part of the Antwerp Six — a network of young Belgian designers that includes Martin Margiela and Dries Van Noten — Ann Demeulemeester stormed London in 1987 and helped create the minimalist runway look that defined the next decade. Her dark, cosmopolitan aesthetic translates just as well now as it did in the 1980s, and her diehard devotees are as loyal as ever. Boots, shoes, menswear, and womenswear go heavy on basic black and dark color palettes, creating a look of intense drama and austere glamour. And — just so you know — it's Duh-MULE-eh-mees-ter.