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Y's for Men Pitti Uomo AW 2005 cotton shirt

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by asobu, Mar 14, 2012.

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    From the Pitti Uomo show in 2005, one of the great Y's collections in my opinion. Top quality white cotton. Very clean design; no stitching along the button placket, minimal seams along the shoulders and no breastpocket. The leather string detail that permeated the collection (as can be seen here and here for instance) is placed along both sides along the shirt. I've kept it in this cross pattern, but you can easily modify it in several ways including tapering the bottom of the shirt by "stacking" the two sides and running the string through both, or taking the strings out to have the slits open in a similar fashion to some of the mainline knits/shirts from the same year. Beautiful metal buttons, I think this is a shirt that can work in many non-yohji focused wardrobes. I'm personally drawn to wider shirts in boxier cuts at the moment, which is why I'm putting this up for sale.

    Condition - 9.5/10, absolutely like new except for a tiny mark at the most inconspicuous place (on the inside, at the very bottom, pictured in the last photo). I hadn't noticed this mark until I took the pics. No other signs of wear, stains, tears or damages.

    Size 3, pretty true to size but this whole collection fits quite slim

    Measurements-

    Chest -- 52 cm
    Shoulders -- 47 cm
    Sleeves -- 65 cm
    Length 87 cm
     

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