Fabric: Heavyweight Ripstop Logo Elastic Waistband And Classic Cargo Pockets Baggy Throughout Legs Shell: 100% Cotton Trim: 70% Polyamide/18% Polyester/12% Elastane Dry Clean Imported, China Measurements Measurements From Size 0 Rise: 11.5In / 29.5Cm Inseam: 32In / 81Cm Leg Opening: 22.75In / 58Cm
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Wide-leg cotton ripstop trousers. · Logo-woven elasticized waistband · Four-pocket styling · Cargo pocket at outseams · Zip closure at outseam Supplier color: Burnt sage
Alexander Wang Cargo Pant in Burnt Sage - Army. Size 8 (also in 0, 2, 4, 6). Self: 100% cotton Elastic: 70% polyamide 18% polyester 12% elastane. Made in China. Professional dry clean only. Hidden side zipper closure. Cargo pocket styling. Attached undergarment with branded logo detail. AWAN-WP123. 1WC2234571. About the designer: New York-based designer Alexander Wang offers statement-making womenswear that blends classic, refined silhouettes with an urban sensibility. His clothes are at all times luxurious, but also inspiring, provocative, and wearable. Born and raised in San Francisco, Wang moved to New York at the age of 18 to attend the Parsons School of Design. By his sophomore year, Wang was already developing the first collection of his eponymous label, which officially launched in 2007. In 2008, at the age of 24, he won the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund and was nominated for the 2008 CFDA Swarovski Womenswear Designer of the Year award.
Alexander Wang was founded in 2005 and began with six unisex knitwear silhouettes. Today, the brand offers men’s and women's collection, handbags, footwear, and small leather goods. In its essence, Alexander Wang is a reflection on contrasts, blending seamlessly between the refined and the imperfect. The brand is renowned for its irreverent approach and for perpetually evolving and re-contextualizing the urban uniform.