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Andrew Mackenzie Mens Vintage Slashed Denim T-Shirt, Spring 2002

Andrew Mackenzie Mens Vintage Slashed Denim T-Shirt, Spring 2002

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An incredible and rare vintage mens slim fit t shirt from the Spring Summer 2002 collection by luxury British fashion designer, Andrew Mackenzie. Mackenzie was known for his rock n roll inspired clothing in the early 2000s using denim in experimental and innovative ways. This tee is a great example, in a faded black stretch cotton jersey, it has an embroidered denim reverse appliquéd underneath a slashed front which gives the impression it is clawing its way out.

Size: Marked mens Small but this gives a slim fit and has stretch so would also fit an XS.
Chest - 34” / 86cm (has some slight stretch)
Waist - 30” / 76cm
Length (Shoulder to Hem) - 23” / 58cm
Shoulder to Shoulder - 14” / 35cm

Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition - No noticeable stains, tears or holes.

- Pulls on over head

Materials: 93% Cotton 7% Elastane

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