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Chino trousers Peach-finish stretch cotton Navy blue - Plain serge

fall-winter 20/21 collection

Navy blue trousers in plain stretch cotton serge peach-finish.

Chino trousers, fastening with visible button, 2 Italian pockets and a front ticket pocket, 2 back welt pockets with flap, trouser bottom width 18 cm, finished invisible hem (it is possible to open the hem to lengthen the leg).

Available in persian blue, khakicaramel and sand.

Mens trousers 98% cotton and 2% elastane
Fabric weaved in Italy
Dry clean

men's Chino trousers 20HP3OKIA-E721/31

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In the 19th century, this light-coloured cotton gabardine replaced, for the sake of discretion, the red tunics of English soldiers posted in India. Re-employed by the American army during the Second World War, the chino – thus called because the fabric is Chinese – found its place in wardrobes of demobilised GIs, and became popular on university campuses. It is still worn today in peace time, and if possible, under clement skies.

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Denotes a fabric whose inter-woven threads have light, oblique stripes.

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