PATTYE20 : Bottoms color BLACK
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7/8 trousers

£239
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IMAGINED IN PARIS
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  • Description

  • Material and care

Urban sportswear trousers.
Straight cut with high waist, ankle length.
Flowing black fabric.
Extra long sport-style belt.
Pinch detail at the waist.
Tailor inspired with a hint of street for a modern look.
Loane is 1.76m and wears a size 1/36.

Reference : CFPPA00100

    Main fabric: 69% triacetate, 31% polyester
    Braid: 65% nylon, 35% polyester
    Lining: 100% acetate

    Main fabric comes from Japan and the item was made in Bulgaria.

  • Mild process 30°
  • Do not bleach
  • Iron at a maximum temperature of 110°C without steam
  • Professional dry cleaning in PC and HC, mild process
  • Do not tumble dry
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£239
PATTYE20 : Bottoms color BLACK
PATTYE20 : Bottoms color BLACK
PATTYE20 : Bottoms color BLACK
  • Good to know

  • Delivery & returns

  • Material and care

Some hesitation? Some doubt? Shipping and returns are complimentary.
All year long.

This item has been thought of, imagined and drawn by our stylists, at the Claudie Pierlot studio, in the heart of Paris.

Some hesitation? Some doubt? Shipping and returns are complimentary.
All year long.

    Main fabric: 69% triacetate, 31% polyester
    Braid: 65% nylon, 35% polyester
    Lining: 100% acetate

    Main fabric comes from Japan and the item was made in Bulgaria.

  • Mild process 30°
  • Do not bleach
  • Iron at a maximum temperature of 110°C without steam
  • Professional dry cleaning in PC and HC, mild process
  • Do not tumble dry
PATTYE20 : Bottoms color BLACK
PATTYE20 : Bottoms color BLACK

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