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Bernhard Willhelm
MUSCLE VELVET SWEATER by Bernhard Willhelm

On Sale $210.00 Regular price
$700.00

Details

Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 Collection

Composition:
70% Triacetate
30% Polyester (Woven)

Country of Manufacture: Japan

Features "High Draw String collar and embroidered artwork"

Measurements:

MEASUREMENTS ARE WITH GARMENTS LAYING FLAT, UN-STRETCHED. 

SMALL
shoulder to shoulder - 30 inches (78.2 cm)
chest - 28 inches (71 cm)
length - 27 inches (68.6 cm)
sleeve - 21.5 inches (54.7 cm)

MEDIUM
shoulder to shoulder - 30.5 inches (77.5 cm)
chest - 29.5 inches (75 cm)
length - 28.5 inches (72.5 cm
sleeve - 23 inches (58.5 cm)

LARGE
shoulder to shoulder - 30.5 inches (77.5 cm)
chest - 30 inches (76.1 cm)
length - 29 inches (73.8 cm)
sleeve - 24 inches (61 cm)

Read the review of Bernhard Willhelm's A/W 19 collection on Vogue.com here

Bernhard Willhelm

Bernhard Willhelm (b. 1972, Ulm, Germany) and Jutta Kraus (b. 1972) studied fashion at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp and the University of Westminster in London, respectively, before launching the Bernhard Willhelm label in 1999. Since their first presentation of women’s wear in Paris, they have brought a highly personal, idiosyncratic style to the arena of fashion, with work typified by craftsmanship, eclecticism, and irony, and seasonal collections presented in the forms of installation and tableaux vivant. Willhelm’s career has been marked by collaboration with artists such as Björk, Olaf Breuning, and Carsten Fock, and awards including the Moët & Chandon Fashion Prize (2001) and ANDAM from the French Minister of Culture (2005). His work has been presented at the Athens Biennale; the Ursula Blickle Foundation, Stuttgart; and in retrospectives at ModeMuseum, Antwerp (2007-08); Groninger Museum, Netherlands (2009-10) and Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles (2015). Wilhelm was also professor and head of the fashion department at the Royal Academy of Applied Arts in Vienna between 2009 and 2014.

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