Dries Van Noten 'Cassidy Patch' Striped Cotton-Poplin Shirt Blue/White

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SKU
11632CP
£345.00
  • Description

    Dries Van Noten pays homage to Len Lye. A key figure in the post-war New York avant-garde art scene and a pioneer in experimental film and kinetic sculpture, New Zealand born Lye devoted his life to pursuing an 'art of movement'. This garment features a print created by extracting a single frame from one of Lye's influential film pieces.

    'Rainbow Dance' (1936)

    • Graphic Print on Back
    • 7 Button Placket
    • Contrasting Black Collar
  • Composition & Care

    100% Cotton 

    • Machine Wash Cold
    • Do Not Dy Clean 
    • Do Not Bleach
    • Iron at 110°C Maximum
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Dries Van Noten pays homage to Len Lye. A key figure in the post-war New York avant-garde art scene and a pioneer in experimental film and kinetic sculpture, New Zealand born Lye devoted his life to pursuing an 'art of movement'. This garment features a print created by extracting a single frame from one of Lye's influential film pieces.

'Rainbow Dance' (1936)

  • Graphic Print on Back
  • 7 Button Placket
  • Contrasting Black Collar
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Description

Dries Van Noten pays homage to Len Lye. A key figure in the post-war New York avant-garde art scene and a pioneer in experimental film and kinetic sculpture, New Zealand born Lye devoted his life to pursuing an 'art of movement'. This garment features a print created by extracting a single frame from one of Lye's influential film pieces.

'Rainbow Dance' (1936)

  • Graphic Print on Back
  • 7 Button Placket
  • Contrasting Black Collar
Composition & Care

100% Cotton 

  • Machine Wash Cold
  • Do Not Dy Clean 
  • Do Not Bleach
  • Iron at 110°C Maximum
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