pleated harlequin dress
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Multi-coloured silk dress from Missoni featuring a pleated neckline with frill detailing, a harlequin print, long sleeves and a pleated skirt. Fits a EU 36 to 38. Marked: Missoni Made in Italy. In excellent condition. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections.
Item ID: 10477389
- bust: 80 centimetres
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- Silk 100%
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- Dry Clean Only
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Legendary Italian knitwear house Missoni has been adored globally ever since it turned out its first distinctive zig-zag weave over 50 years ago. The family business, originally set up by husband and wife Tai and Rosita Missoni, now creates full scale ready-to-wear, accessories and menswear collections under the creative leadership of Angela Missoni, their daughter. The Missonis' love of pattern, colour and texture plays an important role in each new collection.
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