flared contrast dress
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Having worked at Comme des Garçons for over eight years, creative director Chitose Abe launched Sacai in 1999. Taking inspiration from everyday life, the designer uses innovative prints and experiments with unique fabric combinations. Expect a fresh spin on classic staples for SS18. This navy and green flared contrast dress is a staple piece and features a round neck, a sleeveless design, a flared style, contrasting panels, a short length and an asymmetric hem.
Designer colour: 027 BLACK/NAVY/GREEN
Designer Style ID: 1803801
Farfetch ID: 12927057
- 1.78 m
- 86 cm
- 87 cm
- 61 cm
Model's wearing: 3 NUM
- 5 ft 10 in
- 33.9 in
- 34.3 in
- 24 in
Model's wearing: 3 NUM
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- Polyester 63%
- Nylon 37%
- Washing Instructions:
- Dry Clean Only
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Sacai is the label that those in the know love to own - the finest quality knits, reformed in unusual ways with contrasting fabrics. Having previously worked for Comme des Garçons, Japanese designer Abe Chitose created Sacai in 1999 to showcase her own skill and expertise.