“ An asymetric striped jersey that became a statement piece."
- Composition : 50% merino wool (italian spinning) / 50% acrylic
- Jersey stitch
- Color : Heather blue (petrole blue) and white stripes
- Slightly fitted cut
* Made with love in Portugal *
Maximilien is 1m81 tall, weights 72kg and wears a size M.
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Characteristic of the French navy’s uniform in the 17th century, the marinière is famous for its thin, horizontal, blue and white stripes, its three-quarter-length sleeves and its slightly distended crew-neck. Now prominent in high fashion, the classic marinière, widely associated with the image of Brittany, has become an emblem of French style.
“An asymetric striped jersey that became a statement piece."
As opposed to the garter stitch, the jersey stitch has a smoother finish to it. Its outside, on which small “V” patterns can be observed, is different from the inside.
Originally from North Africa, Merino sheep were taken to Spain in the Middle Ages. Since the arrival of European settlers, most of them now live in Australia and Tasmania where the living conditions, the incomparable air quality, the temperate climate and natural habitat made up of luxurious pastures, endow the wool with an extreme fibre delicacy, uniformity, softness as well as a superior quality.