Alessandro Diamanti's Dolce & Gabbana Shirt
Take home this white Italy national football team Dolce&Gabbana shirt made to measure for Western United FC midfielder Alessandro Diamanti for a 2013 season meet.
This is a new shirt. This item cannot be found on general sale. The shirt has been custom-made with a personalized inner label bearing the footballer's name.
Dolce & Gabbana dressed the Italian national football team until 2014. The partnership began in 2006, the year in which Dolce & Gabbana dressed the National team for the first time on the occasion of the squad's World Cup victory in Germany.
- Italian size 40
- American size 15 3/4
- Made in Italy
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