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LOST AND FOUND

'Hand A' printed scarf
$463.98$231.99(50% off)
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Nude cotton 'Hand A' printed scarf from Lost and Found featuring a contrasting yellow/black top panel, exposed brown seams and frayed ends.
Item ID:10336085

Size & Fit

  • Measurements: length: 150 centimetres, width: 150 centimetres
  • Models Measurements:
    • Height (cm): 191
    • Bust/Chest (cm): 93
    • Waist (cm): 77
    • Hips (cm): 98
    Model is wearing size: OS

    Composition & Care

  • Outer Composition: Cotton 100%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Dry Clean Only
  • Brand Style ID : 10249821
  • Shipping & Free Returns

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    You may return your order for free, for any reason, for a refund. Simply request a return within 5 days of receiving your order, we will collect your order from you anywhere in the world and return it free of charge. Click here for more details.

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    • LOST AND FOUND
      'Hand A' printed scarf

    SHIPPING FROM: The Library, London


    The Library
    This luxury boutique in the heart of Kensington was founded by the fashion impresario Peter Sidell in a bid to create ‘the nicest clothes and bookshop in the world’. His extensive fashion reference library draws in editors, photographers and designers, while his exclusive collections are categorised according to the Dewey Decimal System.

    Designer: LOST AND FOUND


    Lost And Found poses the question: "What makes an object worth saving?" With its focus on using handmade and recycled materials, the brand is inspired by the faded nature of antique fabrics. The collections are modern, with a hint of old-fashioned class.