Vetements' Contrast-Panel Logo T-Shirt Draws Inspiration from The North Face

Playing on the iconic motif and Nuptse color blocking.

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Known for its playful approach to design, Vetements recently drew inspiration from The North Face for its latest T-shirt design.

The Contrast-Panel Logo T-Shirt is crafted of 100 percent cotton in a jersey weave with a black and grey color blocking reminiscent of the design of Nuptse Jackets. Continuing the homage to the outdoor wear specialist is a “VETEMENTS LIMITED EDITION” detail on the front and back that flips TNF’s signature logo. Rounding up the design of the top is a ribbed crewneck and a straight hem.

Priced at $430 USD, Vetements’ Contrast-Panel Logo T-Shirt is available now at LN-CC.

In case you missed it, Dior’s Oblique pattern marks this down vest.

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