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JAN JAN VAN ESSCHE Knit 19 - Natural Yak/Linen | Size S

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by abam, Jan 26, 2016.

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    From Project #3 "Wadada"
    53% yak wool, 47% linen

    Originally ordered from SP pre-order. Seems to be the only production of this cardigan in the Natural Yak/Linen blend. Second photo is of the weave, first photo is for idea of drape.
    Very heavy, fits oversized, woven with natural gray and black to create a unique pattern. Knit by hand in Belgium.

    Jan-Jan van Essche's cardigans are the stuff of legend and this one is no exception. Crafted from a yak-linen blend, this knit features an exceptional smooth and plush hand alongside an abundance of warm coziness. Side pockets, oversized horn buttons, and Jan-Jan's signature seam details.

     

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