“An asymetric striped jersey that became a statement piece."
- Composition : 100% wool (italian spinning)
- Tight jersey stitch
- Color : Off-white with red 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.