Keizo Shimizu's made in Japan label Needles delivers bold prints and vintage silhouettes for AW20 - the collection draws inspiration from the 60's and 70's with a unique Nepenthes twist across each style.
The iconic Rebuild 7 Cuts Flannel Shirt is offered in a new tie dye iteration for this season which is unique across each piece. Multi - 100% cotton - One size: fits like an oversized XL - Sizing: Pit to pit 29", arm 16", shoulder to shoulder 24", back 28" - Rebuilt panel construction - Button closure - Long sleeve - Single button at cuffs - Made in Japan. Style with a pair of Paraboot Micheal shoes for a smart vintage inspired look.
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