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Robert Mapplethorpe Leather Moto Trousers Black

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Robert Mapplethorpe Leather Moto Trousers Black

Black leather trousers made from pure bovine leather. Adjustable at the waist. Feature leg pockets with print on them. The graphic on it was made by famous American artist Robert Mapplethorpe. Titled „Embrace” comes from the XX century. He received his first polaroid camera in 1970 from artist and filmmaker Sandy Daley. His art was to challenge and adhere to classic aesthetic standards, as Mapplethorpe himself says they were to look for the unexpected. The main subjects of his photographs were black and white portraits, flowers, and male and female nudes. His art is considered astonishing and is being preserved in major museums all across the globe. His legacy lives through Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation which was established in 1988 to promote photography, support museums that exhibit photographic art, and fund medical research in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Made in EU. Composition: 100% bovine leather. Lining: 100% polyester.

Erik is 189 tall and wears size M.

Product Sizes

SIZE S M L XL
hip width 52 53.5 55 56.5
waist width 41 42.5 44 45.5
outer leg 112 113 114 115
inseam 86 86.5 87 87.5

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Black leather trousers made from pure bovine leather. Adjustable at the waist. Feature leg pockets with print on them. The graphic on it was made by famous American artist Robert Mapplethorpe. Titled „Embrace” comes from the XX century. He received his first polaroid camera in 1970 from artist and filmmaker Sandy Daley. His art was to challenge and adhere to classic aesthetic standards, as Mapplethorpe himself says they were to look for the unexpected. The main subjects of his photographs were black and white portraits, flowers, and male and female nudes. His art is considered astonishing and is being preserved in major museums all across the globe. His legacy lives through Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation which was established in 1988 to promote photography, support museums that exhibit photographic art, and fund medical research in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Made in EU. Composition: 100% bovine leather. Lining: 100% polyester.

Erik is 189 tall and wears size M.

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