Number (N)ine AW02 “Nowhere Man” Patchwork Longsleeve
Chest : 20.25
Shoulders : 18.75
Length : 26.50
Sleeve Length : 27.50
Tagged a Japanese XL (4) refer to measurements. (M-Slim L)
1/1, Seen on Playboi Carti
The Number (N)ine Autumn & Winter 2002 “Nowhere Man” Patchwork Longsleeve is an iconic rare staple piece coming from the Takahiro Miyashita era of #(N). Worn famously by fashion & music muse Playboi Carti for the vinyl cover of his self titled album, this piece is almost never seen on market especially in a size 4. Each tee is a 1/1 made up of cut & sewn true American vintage pre 2002 leaving none to be identical. It is said only 100 tees were produced making this tee even rarer to come across. This specific tee features X-men, Superman, Peanuts (Snoopy/Charlie Brown), Rage Against The Machine, Martin Luther King, A&W Rootbeer, Budweiser Wendy’s, Houston Blues, Maryland University, Houston Rockets by Nike, and more.
Number (N)ine was founded in 1997 by Takahiro Miyashita the brand holds heavy influence from the American and music scene (grunge, rock, punk) as many of the pieces embody the style and aesthetic. The Number (N)ine name itself is derived from "Revolution 9," the Beatles song off their seminal self-titled 1968 album. Here I have A very iconic Number (N)ine t-shirt coming from the Autumn & Winter 2002 “Nowhere Man” Collection, the graphic on the tee depicts a pleasant buddha
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