Denim Diesel Jeans Signed by the AC Milan Players
Don't miss these limited edition Denim Diesel jeans signed by the AC Milan players of that season - just five pairs produced.
Diesel, AC Milan's style partner since 2016, presented the new special collection dedicated to the team on January 18, 2018 at the Diesel store in Piazza San Babila in Milan.
This style is a mix of Skinny and Carrot fits with a loose, regular waist and fitted at the ankle for a clean and modern shape. The jeans are the slimmest in Diesel's Tapered Carrot range but still comfortable and casual.
Absolutely everything you would expect to find in a Diesel denim collection. The washes you expect, demand and desire to find in any denim collection worth its salt. Truly a denim for every occasion. From clean to treated. From dark to light. A denim for everyday. For everyhow. But not everybody.
During the Diesel San Babila event the jeans were signed by players Franck Kessié, Manuel Locatelli, Patrick Cutrone, Antonio Donnarumma, Andrè Silva, Niccolò Zanellato Fabio Borini, Leonardo Bonucci and Suso.
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