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Red and yellow calf leather branded shoulder bag from Moschino featuring a plastic chain and leather strap, a front flap closure, a zip and press stud fastening, a brand print to the rear, an internal logo patch and an internal zipped pocket. This is an exclusive preview of Jeremy Scott’s A/W14 Moschino collection, available only from limited stockists. Please note that due to the exclusive nature of this garment, it can only be shipped from Stefania Mode from Monday 3rd of March onwards.
Item ID: 10649494
- not applicable, height: 13 centimetres, depth: 6.5 centimetres, handle: 60 centimetres, width: 17 centimetres
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- Calf Leather 100%
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The Italian fashion house Moschino has been bringing witty and irreverent fashion to the Milan runways since 1984. Rosella Jardini, who headed up the label for 20 years, has found a successor with a matching sense of humour in the LA-based designer Jeremy Scott.
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Livorno , Italy
Gianni Cuccuini and Gabriella Billi’s original boutique was dedicated to accessories. A few years later they added a selection of emerging international clothes labels to their shelves. Their choices proved to be intuitively brilliant, firmly establishing Cuccuini on the scene.