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W23T08 - Dublin Baba Design asymmetric sweater

W23T08 - Dublin Baba Design asymmetric sweater

This original sweater by Baba Design is a garment with a sophisticated and modern style. The turtleneck sweater has an asymmetrical cut that emphasizes the elegance of the design. Available in many solid colours, which express class and originality to every outfit! Try it now!

Buy it in combination with coordinated skirt as in the photo.

Dublin: capital of Ireland, city of writers, ghosts, pubs and mysteries. Here are some curiosities:
  • In St. Stephen's Green, one of Dublin's most famous parks, witches were burned. Today it is a place where you can take long walks surrounded by greenery, but until the second half of the seventeenth century this was a marshy area used for public executions.
  • It is the birthplace of the Guinness World Record: it is precisely here that the idea of ​​collecting every type of record possible within one volume was born
  • In Victorian times Dublin was the home to the largest red light district in all of the British Isles. The area was Montgomery Street and, according to a city legend, it is here that the future King Edward VII lost his virginity.
  • Dublin is Europe's Silicon Valley. The city, in fact, is today a real technology hub and is chosen, thanks to favorable taxation, by the large tech giants as the location for their offices and headquarters; this is the case of Google, Facebook, Etsy, LinkedIn, Airbnb, Yahoo etc. Their settlement has led to a dramatic drop in the local unemployment rate, which now stands at around 4.4%, the lowest ever recorded in the city.

Fabric composition: 95% ACRYLIC 5% ELASTANE

One Size , available in black, brown, petrol green or blue.

Designed and produced by Baba Design.

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