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GILES

Panel detail top
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Description

Black top from Giles featuring a crew neck, a triangular panel at the front, a pleated lower section, and long fitted sleeves.
Item ID:10215770

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Silk 2%,
  • Composition: Viscose 58%,
  • Composition: Polyester 31%,
  • Composition: Acetate 6%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Dry Clean Only
  • Brand Style ID : GL0012L22
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    Designer: GILES


    Famously hired by Bottega Veneta based on a drawing of a budgerigar driving a Rolls Royce, Giles Deacon has had an illustrious career, working with the likes of Mulberry, Ralph Lauren and Louis Vuitton. His crazy show pieces such as dinosaur bags, pacman headgear and spider prints are what define the Giles aesthetic. Newly showing at Paris Fashion Week after a successful stint at London, Giles is transitioning from editorial to wearable. Look out for Giles’ gothic jewellery line – new for Spring/Summer 2010.