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COMME DES GARÇONS

Heeled brogue
$775.00$542.50(30% off)
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Heeled brogue in black from Comme des Garcons. This leather shoe features a round toe with distressed detail, front lace-up detail with a notched front panel, and a chunky 2" heel.
Item ID:10312330

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Leather 100%
  • Brand Style ID : BLACKHEELEDBROGUE
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    • COMME DES GARÇONS
      Heeled brogue

    SHIPPING FROM: The Parliament, Santa Monica


    The Parliament
    With its edgy, sophisticated collections, the Parliament stands in stark contrast to its laid-back, sunny surroundings. The shop, owned by Daniel Lipkin, sells only the most sought-after, progressive designers and has attracted a global customer base of tastemakers.

    Designer: COMME DES GARÇONS


    Rei Kawakubo’s avant-garde, conceptual designs for Comme des Garçons have prompted even the harshest critics to view contemporary fashion in a different way. The designer’s one-woman war against conformity has drawn comparisons with Chanel and Balenciaga.