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JAN JAN VAN ESSCHE O-project Knitted Kimono Cardigan


Designed by Jan-Jan Van Essche for his Japan diffusion line. O focuses on unisex designs and aim to produce truly genderless clothes, distinguished simply by measurement. All of the knit items are sourced and produced in Belgium. Cool Jan Jan silhouettes -- drapey, loose knits, oversized pieces.

Black. Free size. 100% linen. Good condition but unfortunately it sustained some burn marks -- see last pic. Barely noticeable when worn. Very little stretching and piling. Feels great to walk in; very voluminous and beautiful in motion.

Model pics to show fit
Sleeve: 80 cm
Length: 89 cm

Retail: ¥91,000

Asking $400. Open to reasonable offers
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