Camper Shirt Jacket

Bee Line
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Camper Shirt Jacket

$325
$69 Gilt
Size (Men Alpha):
Men's Tops
Men Alpha US (chest) EU
XXS 33 43
XS 34 - 36 44 - 46
S 36 - 38 46 - 48
M 39 - 41 49 - 51
L 42 - 44 52 - 54
XL 45 - 47 55 - 57
XXL 48 - 50 58 - 60
XXXL 52 62
  • xl
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    US (chest) 45 - 47
    EU 55 - 57
  • 2xl
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    US (chest) 48 - 50
    EU 58 - 60
Color:
khaki
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Description
Designer

Short-sleeve cotton twill button-front shirt jacket

  • Spread collar
  • Two bellowed button flap chest pockets
  • Two lower button flap pockets
  • Even hem with rounded shirt tail

Material: 100% Cotton

Brand: Bee Line

Origin: United States

Billionaire Boys Club launched in 2005, when Pharrell Williams — former N.E.R.D. and one of hip-hop’s greatest producers — partnered with his manager Robert Walker and Japanese fashion icon Nigo (of A Bathing Ape fame) to create a line of clothing. The result? High-end, luxury sportswear that blends forward-thinking style with classic inspiration. The brand is credited with the introduction of the all-over print sweatshirt — no small achievement, considering how popular the style became — but, much like the men at the helm, wasn’t content to stay in one place. It’s since moved on to a more refined aesthetic, punctuated with bold graphics, vibrant colors, and irreverent designs that take their cues from Japanese streetwear, vintage Americana, and a whole host of other influences. And in an effort to push that ideal forward, Williams partnered with Mark McNairy (no stranger himself to irreverent, high-end streetwear-inspired designs) to create an extension of the BBC collection aptly named Bee Line.