Sweatshirt for men RAKKI' REBEL NEROA002854109
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Men's black vintage sweater by Rakkì. Garment worked on a frame (3 strands) on fineness 7, elegantly packaged and finished by hand. Directly from the Style Memories line, the Rebel model is inspired by the iconic figure of James Dean: a symbol of style and elegance in the 1950s. Made of 100% Cashwool, it features a raglan armhole with a visible track, a ribbed collar, an English stitch and an embroidered satin label. This model reflects the charm, charm and rebellious soul of the man from whom it takes its cue.
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- 100% Cashwool
- Neck in coast reported
- Embroidered satin label
- English stitch
- Made in Italy
- Product color: Black
- Model size: 48
- Model height: 1.72 cm
Rakkì creates collections drawing inspiration and creative strength from the growing desire for retro as an index of quality, luxury and design, following designers and craftsmen in all stages of implementation.
Rakkì is more than a Brand: it is a new entrepreneurial reality in the Italian fashion and crafts sector.
Collections inspired by fashion icons of the past, such as Steve McQueen, James Dean, Marlon Brando, Audrey Hepburn and Jean Seberg... recreating those garments that have become an evergreen in the world of clothing.
Cashmere and the finest and finest wools, certified by prestigious Italian spinning mills, are used to create these splendid models.
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