Balmain black stretch-knit top High-neck, diamond jacquard, cropped, ribbed trims Zip fastening through front 83% viscose, 17% polyester Dry clean Length shoulder to hem: 14 inches/ 36cm Midweight Close fit Model is 5'10"/ 179cm and wears a size UK8/ FR36
Short Black Knit Top With Zip Fastening
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ZIP-UP RIBBED-KNIT TOP
Black zip-up ribbed-knit top from BALMAIN featuring fitted, cropped, ribbed knit, stand-up collar, front zip fastening and sleeveless.
MOCKNECK KNIT CROP TOP
material: 83% viscose, 17% polyester~care instructions: dry clean~zipped front~Made in Portugal~designer colour name: Noir
Diamond Knit Zip Crop Top
Cropped in a soft diamond knit, Balmain's sleeveless high neck top zips at the front for a hint of effortless glamour. Zip front closure.
SHORT BLACK KNIT TOP WITH ZIP FASTENING
Short black knit top with zip fastening from Balmain with sleeveless design, high neck, zip fastening at front and ridges.
Balmain (French: [balmɛ̃]) is a haute couture fashion house that was founded by Pierre Balmain. Balmain was born in 1914 in France. His father owned a drapery business and his mother and sister owned a fashion boutique where he often worked after his father’s death in 1921. He always had a love of fashion and an eye for design. He attended the École des Beaux-Arts in 1933-1934 with intent to study architecture but instead ended up spending the majority of his time designing dresses. After working for atelier Robert Piquet as a freelance artist and spending time with Edward Molyneux, he left school to work for Molyneux. In the late 1930s, he served in the French air force and the army pioneer corps. After peace was declared, he worked at Lucien Lelong and opened his own fashion house under his name. He released his first collection in 1945 and his first fragrance in 1949. While at Lelong, he met Christian Dior, a designer who would play a huge role in Balmain’s career and the postwar fashion industry in general.