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FW04 Number (N)ine Mesh Tribal Print Longsleeve Shirt

FW04 Number (N)ine Mesh Tribal Print Longsleeve Shirt


Measurements & Condition


Chest - 23.75 in / 60.3 cm

Length - 24 in / 61 cm

Shoulders - 21.75 in / 55.2 cm

Sleeve Length - 24 in / 61 cm

Hem - 25 in / 63.5 cm


Condition 7/10

  • Takahiro Miyashita’s Autumn 2004 collection titled “Give Peace a Chance” stood as a rebellion against the political atmosphere in the United States. Anti-war sentiments faced a variety of tees, while tribal, camo like prints encompassed utility pants and jackets. Similar to military fittings, Miyashita presented his own take on the modernist solider in spite of President Bush’s warfare incentives. The designer’s message was clear and assertive, calling for an end to never ending wars. While controversial, he refused to shy from public opinion, presenting at Paris Fashion Week for the first time to ensure his opinion was heard.


    A stand out among the collection’s heavily reinforced utilitarian themes, this longsleeve is crafted from a draping mesh textile. Looking close, fleeting hearts are seen within the tribal patterning, subsequently emphasizing the textile beneath. Raw hems compliment the shirt’s lacklustre structure, and is finalized with a wide cut collar. Perfect for layering, the silhouette is quite boxy with elongated sleeves, strategically cut to reveal undershirts beneath. Tagged as a size large, fitting true to size, in great condition aside from a hole on the back side.

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