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MIHARA YASUHIRO

snakeskin print dress
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Description

Metallic gold-tone and blue snakeskin print silk dress from Mihara Yasuhiro featuring a round neck, a fitted waist, a rear central vent and an open back with a hook fastening at the back of the shoulders.
Item ID:10503716

Composition & Care

  • Composition: Silk 100%,
  • Lining Composition: Cupro 100%
  • WASHING INSTRUCTIONS : Dry Clean Only
  • Brand Style ID : 12031551
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    Designer: MIHARA YASUHIRO


    Japanese fashion designer Mihara Yasuhiro first made his name in footwear, creating his first line of shoes in 2004 while he was still studying. Praised for the innovative modernist style of his design, Mihara soon translated his vision into his 1997 shoe label ‘MiharaYasuhiro’. In 2000, he began a longstanding collaboration with Puma, and made his way into the luxury fashion market with his eponymous menwear label in 2004.

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