Longline Lion House T-shirt dress
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A fanciful swirl of opulent feathers and cult illustrations, Prada’s AW17 collection encapsulates the iconic label’s experimental but considered approach to luxury. Their alluring ready-to-wear is in equal amounts confident and clever, exquisitely crafted with the modern woman in mind. Adorned with a 1960s pin-up print illustrated by Robert E. McGinnis, this T-shirt dress is crafted from white and blue cotton and features a round neck, short sleeves, a straight hem and a beaded logo.
Designer colour: F0G9Z BIANCO/AVIO
Made in Italy
Designer Style ID: 35936R1PUJS172
Farfetch ID: 12345618
- 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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- Outer Composition
- Cotton 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Hand Wash
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Prada is one of the world's most coveted luxury brands. Though established in 1913 as a producer of leather goods, it wasn't until the eighties when Miuccia Prada, granddaughter of one of the founders, took creative control and expanded the brand to include signature nylon bags that Prada soared into high-fashion. By the nineties, the brand had added a ready-to-wear clothing collection and became a premium status symbol. Prada's collections, which grew in the early nineties to include menswear and a diffusion line, Miu Miu, are marked by clean lines and modern streamlined silhouettes.