PHENOMENON Double L/S Shirt RMGLFV

PHENOMENON Double L/S Shirt RMGLFV
PHENOMENON Double L/S Shirt RMGLFV PHENOMENON Double L/S Shirt RMGLFV PHENOMENON Double L/S Shirt RMGLFV PHENOMENON Double L/S Shirt RMGLFV
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Phenomenon, established in 2004 by Takeshi Osumi, reinterprets distinctly traditional Japanese silhouettes with influences from music and club culture. Not known for its conservatism, Phenomenon's collections are filled with a variety of vivid prints and colors, making the brand a regular in the wardrobes of Tokyo's avant-garde.

Phenomenon's Spring/Summer 2016 collection is founder Takeshi Osumi's last, and the designer has brought his A game this season, creating vibrant and eclectic pieces for the streetwear brand. The double shirt is a play of layered garments that features two shirts in one. A light indigo denim shirt is complimented by a second shirt in plaid fabric attached to hem - spring layering done.

  • Plain top half and printed lower half
  • Dual chest pockets
  • 100% Cotton
  • Made in Japan

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Phenomenon, established in 2004 by Takeshi Osumi, reinterprets distinctly traditional Japanese silhouettes with influences from music and club culture. Not known for its conservatism, Phenomenon's collections are filled with a variety of vivid prints and colors, making the brand a regular in the wardrobes of Tokyo's avant-garde.

Phenomenon's Spring/Summer 2016 collection is founder Takeshi Osumi's last, and the designer has brought his A game this season, creating vibrant and eclectic pieces for the streetwear brand. The double shirt is a play of layered garments that features two shirts in one. A light indigo denim shirt is complimented by a second shirt in plaid fabric attached to hem - spring layering done.

  • Plain top half and printed lower half
  • Dual chest pockets
  • 100% Cotton
  • Made in Japan
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