Maverick fashion house Maison Margiela was first originated in 1988 by elusive Belgian designer Martin Margiela. This soft white cotton hoodie, from the label's Line 10 collection, features a tongue-in-cheek patch at the chest printed with the definition of the word stereotype - a satirical comment on standardised dressing, which opposes the French design house's avant-garde aesthetic. Fabricated in Italy and fashioned with a drawstring hood and front kangaroo pocket, this long-sleeved Maison Margiela hoodie is finished with ribbed trims and the brand's iconic 'ghost' quad stitching.
Stereotype Hooded Cotton Sweatshirt in 101 White
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