Haider Ackermann Athletic Trousers For Men
Elastic waistband with drawstring . Ribbed cuffs at hem . Seam details . All over print placement may vary . Two side pockets. One back pocket .
Mr Haider Ackermann has a penchant for generous proportions - these sweatpants are cut in a relaxed shape that causes a ripple effect in the soft cotton-jersey fabric. This comfortable pair is designed with a flexible drawstring waistband and elasticated cuffs. Wear yours with a knitted sweater and sneakers. Anthracite cotton-jersey Elasticated drawstring waistband, four pockets 100% cotton; trim: 95% cotton, 5% spandex Machine wash Fits true to size. Take your normal size Tapered-leg, low-crotch style These sweatpants are adjustable at the waist Those who are in between sizes should go down to the nearest size
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Haider Ackermann Sweatpants in Gray. - size L (also in M,S,XL) Self: 100% cottonContrast Fabric: 95% cotton 5% spandexLining: 51% cotton 49% rayon. Made in Portugal. Dry clean only. Elastic drawstring waist. Side welt pockets. Back pockets. Rib knit trim. HAIF-MP18. 174 3812 222 097. About the designer: Described as one of fashion’s best colorists since Yves Saint Laurent, Colombian designer Haider Ackermann is known for his avant-garde draping and dynamic tailoring. He draws inspiration from the juxtaposition of classic elegance and contemporary street style in his unique approach to proportion and gender-ambiguous silhouettes. The Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts alum launched his eponymous collection in September 2002 and has been a growing force ever since.