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KHARKIV OPEN BACK VEST

$236.50
THIS DESIGN IS MADE TO ORDER

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Size:
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M
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Creating a refined silhouette, the Kharkiv Grey Wool Open Back vest is a sleeveless piece constructed from a classic pure suit wool. Slim-fitting. Two pockets in front. Open back detail with an adjustable belt. Lined. Pair it with Kharkiv Grey Wool Pants to elevate the look.

Composition 100% Italian wool

Lining: 100% viscose

Buttons and buckle: 100% metal

Dry clean only.
Cool iron inside out.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not bleach.

Sizes
S (European 36)
bust: fits bust around 85-89 cm
Waist: fits waist around 68-72 cm
Hips: fits hips around 92-95 cm
For overall height: 175 cm around

M (European 38)
bust: fits bust around 90-94 cm
Waist: fits waist around 71-76 cm
Hips: fits hips around 96-100 cm
For overall height: 175 cm around

Handmade in Ukraine by women artisans for women during the war

Each piece in this collection commemorates Ukrainian land and its strong and brave people, that´s why each item has naming to honor Ukraine.

Kharkiv is a city in northeast Ukraine, its the second largest city and municipality in Ukraine. Kharkiv is a major cultural, scientific, educational, transport and industrial centre of Ukraine, with numerous museums, theatres and libraries, including the Annunciation and Dormition Cathedarls, the Derzhprom building in Freedom Square, and the National University of Kharkiv. Industry plays a significant role in Kharkiv's economy, especializad primarily in machinery and electronics. In March and April 2014, security forces and counter-demonstrators defeated efforts by Russian-backed separatists to seize control of the city and regional administration. Kharkiv was a major target of the Northestern Ukraine Offensive in Russia´s Invasion of Ukraine that began in February 2022. In May, Russian forces were pressed back toward the international border, but the city remains under intermittent Russian fire.

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