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Romeo Gigli Vintage
cowl neck sleeveless dress

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Description

Khaki green cotton blend sleeveless dress from Romeo Gigli Vintage featuring a cowl neck and an open back. Please note that vintage items are not new and might have minor imperfections.

Made in Italy

Designer Style ID: PM18

Farfetch ID: 10190059

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Size & Fit
Measurements:
bust: 84 centimetres, waist: 78 centimetres

Models Measurements

Height:
177
Bust/Chest (cm):
89
Waist (cm):
60
Hips (cm):
90
Model is wearing size:
38
Composition & Care
Composition:
Spandex/Elastane 15%
Composition:
Polyester 42%
Composition:
Cotton 43%
WASHING INSTRUCTIONS
DRY CLEAN ONLY
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Free returns pick-up

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You have 14 days from receiving your order to return the item. We strongly recommend that you book your free returns pick-up within 7 days of receiving your order to ensure that it arrives back in time. Click here to read our full returns policy.

Import duties information

Delivery duties are included in the item price when shipping to all EU countries plus USA, Canada, China, Australia, Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Singapore, Republic Of Korea, Kuwait, Mexico, Qatar, India, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Thailand, U.A.E., Japan. This means all import duties are included in your order. The price you see is the price you pay.

Delivery duties are not included in the item price when shipping to all other countries. This means you may be liable to pay import duties on receipt of your order.

Designer : Romeo Gigli Vintage

Romeo Gigli was born in Italy and later settled in New York where he started designing his own clothes in the late 1970s. Developing new ways to reveal the female form with natural lines and destructured tailoring in stark contrast to the structured jackets and padded shoulders commonly found in the 1980s. Working mostly in stretch linen, silk and chiffon his dreamy clothes are most commonly referred to as ‘preraphaelite’.

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