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KENZO Tiger-embroidered crepe sweatshirt

£390.00
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Product details



  • Kenzo crepe sweatshirt
  • Slips on
  • Round neck, long sleeves, contrast trim at sleeves, embroidered branding and signature tiger motif at front, ribbed trims, straight hem
  • 82% triacetate, 18% polyester
  • Hand wash
  • True to size
  • Size small: Length 24"
  • Model is 5ft10" and wears a size small
Product Code:
Ref: 50-3002785-F952TO0105AC

Specifications

Delivery and returns

Want it tomorrow?

Order within B{String@item.nominatedCutOffTime} and choose NOMINATED DAY at the checkout.*

Collect it tomorrow

Order within B{String@item.clickAndCollectCutOffTime} and choose CLICK & COLLECT at the checkout.*

*Please note: if you add extra items to your basket, we may need to increase or change the delivery time to enable us to deliver all the items in your order in one go.

UK Delivery

  • Standard delivery

    £5.00

  • Nominated day

    £8.00

  • Timed delivery

    £10.00

UK Click and Collect

  • Next day* collection at any of our stores

    FREE

International

  • Europe Express

    £15.00

  • Rest of the World Express

    £25.00

FREE

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Returns

It's okay if you change your mind, we offer a 28 day returns policy, whether you purchased it in store or from the point you received or collected your online order.

For our online returns policy click here

Kenzo switches up the canvas for its iconic tiger emblem this season, using a lightweight crepe to create its staple sweatshirt instead of the traditional jersey. Stripes run down the sleeves, making this a bit sportier than the brand’s usual cover-ups. As always, though, the roaring cat takes up residence in its usual spot at the chest, stitched in contrasting embroidery and clutching the brand name between its teeth.

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