ZADIG&VOLTAIRE Tunisien text-print cotton-jersey T-shirt

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Product details

  • Zadig & Voltaire cotton-jersey T-shirt
  • Slips on
  • V-neck, short sleeves, decorative buttons at front, embellished text print at front, raw edges
  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash
  • True to size
  • Size small: length 25"
  • Model is 5ft 10" and wears a size small
Product Code:
Ref: 669-10175-WHTS7405F


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UK Delivery

  • Standard delivery


  • Nominated day


  • Timed delivery


UK Click and Collect

  • Next day* collection at any of our stores



  • Europe Express


  • Rest of the World Express



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For Zadig & Voltaire’s latest collection, the Parisian brand nods to the movie stars of yesteryear with this embellished Tunisien T-shirt. Unless, like Artistic Director Cecilia Bönström, you’re a bit of a film buff, you may not have heard of “Rive droite, rive gauche”. In an ode to the 80s show reel, this cotton-jersey tee is adorned with the blockbuster, along with a sprinkling of sparkly crystals. After all, isn’t France the Queen of le cine?

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