GUCCI Graphic-intarsia wool and alpaca-blend jumper

£850.00
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  • Gucci wool and alpaca-blend jumper
  • Pulls on
  • Crewneck, long sleeves, all-over branded intarsia graphic, fine knit, ribbed trims
  • 80% wool, 20% alpaca
  • Dry clean
  • Model is 6ft 2” and wears a size medium
  • Made in Italy
Product Code:
Ref: 1038-3006058-571574XKAQH

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UK Delivery

  • Standard delivery

    £5.00

  • Nominated day

    £8.00

  • Timed delivery

    £10.00

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  • Next day* collection at any of our stores

    FREE

International

  • Europe Express

    £15.00

  • Rest of the World Express

    £25.00

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Alessandro Michele’s no stranger to stamping images of animals across his collections at Gucci, and he seems to be calling on the mythical realm for the horned beast that sits at the front of this jumper. Knitted from a blend of wool and alpaca to form a close, cosy fit, this crewneck layer is also adorned with polka dots, stripes and branded stars. Well, the Creative Director’s always been partial to maximalism.

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