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pleated dress

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Dark khaki silk and cotton dress from Edun featuring a square neckline, spaghetti straps which cross at the back, a criss-cross front stitch fastening, a gathered waist, a central rear zip fastening and a layered pleated hem.


Designer Style ID: 11370342ZA

Farfetch ID: 10393356

Composition & Care
Cotton 70%
Silk 30%
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Designer : Edun

Founded by Ali Hewson and Bono in 2005, EDUN is a global fashion brand based in New York. In respect of its mission to source production and encourage trade in Africa, EDUN mixes its modern designer vision with the richness and positivity of this fast-growing continent. EDUN is building long-term, sustainable growth opportunities by supporting manufacturers in in Sub-Saharan Africa. Its collections of clothing, accessories and jewelry are not only a reflection of local craftsmanship, but also the expression of a new Africa.