v-neck lace camisole top
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Eucalyptus and cream rose silk v-neck lace camisole top from Carine Gilson featuring spaghetti straps, a lace detail, a scalloped hem, an embroidered design and a relaxed fit. Underwear and lingerie must be tried on over your own garments.
Designer colour: EucalyptusNaturelCreamRosé
Designer Style ID: RT0818DPC18EUCNCR
Farfetch ID: 12616065
- 1.75 m
- 81 cm
- 90 cm
- 62 cm
Model's wearing: S
- 5 ft 9 in
- 31.9 in
- 35.4 in
- 24.4 in
Model's wearing: S
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- Silk 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Dry Clean Only
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Belgian based fashion designer Carine Gilson launched her 'Lingerie Courture' line in 1994. The outcome of her passion for delicate and precious garments and her fascination for lace and silk. The haute couture know-how leads the whole mood in which the collections are conceived, designed and produced. Each piece is unique, made by artisans in the Brussels workshop.