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ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

sequined skull slipper
$487.14
Import duty included
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Description

Red suede slipper from Alexander McQueen featuring an almond toe, a sequined skull detail to the front, a leather trim at the opening, a short cut out tongue and a slim nude sole.
Item ID:10382881

Composition & Care

  • Outer Composition: Leather 100%,
  • Composition: Suede 100%
  • Brand Style ID : 294034
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    • ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
      sequined skull slipper

    SHIPPING FROM: Spinnaker 101, Alassio


    Spinnaker 101
    Lorenza Betti describes her group of boutiques between Alassio, San Remo and Portofino as a ‘stage where luxury fashion is the guest of honour’ and where the store, the customer and the luxury collections all influence and reflect each other.

    Designer: ALEXANDER MCQUEEN


    Alexander McQueen’s legacy of daring theatricality and exquisite construction lives on with his successor, Sarah Burton, who has added another dimension of wearability to the late designer’s controversial silhouettes and couture finishes.