¥€$ Bell Hat Gray
Availability: In stock
|Polyester 50%||Acrylic 35%||Nylon 15%|
MIHARA YASUHIRO 19 Spring Summer Collection.
BELL HAT collaboration with hat brand “CA4LA". The embroidery design on the front is "YES!” with the "¥ € $ (Yen, Euro, Dollar) ”characters. The embroidery on the back has the word “Tokyo". It has a playful design with the statement 358 wash tag attached to mimic the tags from the cleaners. ※ It is possible to wash with the tags attached, if you dislike it, it is also possible to remove.
Designer : Mihara Yasuhiro Production Area : Japan
Mihara Yasuhiro is a Japanese designer who started in 1996 and is one of the top brands in Japan known world wide. He participated in the Milan collection from 2005AW for the first time. From 2007AW, he moved his presentation venue to Paris and continued to receive high prose abroad. Unique, high design shoes and leather accessories are strongly reflected in the commitment to the material as his items are pieces that you cannot find anywhere else. As for his clothing and shoes, he has developed many strong items with impactful designs. In collaboration with brands such as, ‘PUMA by Mihara Yasuhiro’ was released and he is actively collaborating with other brands that are bound to grab your attention.
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