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NWT Hussein Chalayan Button Front L/S Shirt AW '04


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I've got a new-with-tags shirt from Hussein Chalayan now on ebay. It is marked a Chalayan size 46, which is about a US Medium. It is from Autumn/Winter 2004. It is made in Italy by Gibo SPA (the same company that makes Galliano, Marc Jacobs ((mainline)), etc.) with mother-of-pearl buttons and a really great, soft green fabric. I'll include the tags which reflect a $400 retail price. Of course, I bought it during the winter sale (I paid $150), but have never worn it. It's a great piece, just not so much my style and so I'd like to clear some room in my closet.

The opening bid on ebay is $49.99, but if you'd like to buy-it-now, please let me know and I'll give forum members a considerably better deal than the one listed on ebay if you'd like to buy it from me direct (I'm thinking something like $80 shipped in the US if you'd like to buy it rather than bid). Preferred payment is via paypal, but I'm open to other methods as well. If interested, please PM me and then we can communicate via email from there.

THANKS for looking! Also please see my other auctions for items from Helmut Lang, Etro, and others. As with the Chalayan, if you see anything that you'd like to buy direct, please let me know.


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