Tiziano Ferro's White Dress Shirt
Su @CharityStars gli abiti che @TizianoFerro ha indossato durante il suo ultimo tour: le donazioni ricavate potranno salvare la vita di migliaia bambini colpiti dalla malnutrizione #finoallultimobambino https://t.co/5hkhGdrWeo pic.twitter.com/Bvv7zh0diM— Tiziano Ferro (@TizianoFerro) 18 dicembre 2017
Take home this handsome white Dolce & Gabbana dress shirt worn by Tiziano Ferro during the 2017 tour, Il Mestiere della Vita.
Tiziano returned on stage last summer with a tour that stopped off in the most important stadiums in Italy.
The tour promoted Il Mestiere della Vita, Ferro's last album which, once again, cemented the artist as one of the most beloved singers in Italy and elsewhere.
- White Dolce & Gabbana dress shirt
- Size 42
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