Valentino Windowpane Check Wool Coat, White/Black

  • Windowpane Check Wool Coat, White/Black
  • Windowpane Check Wool Coat, White/Black
  • Windowpane Check Wool Coat, White/Black
  • Windowpane Check Wool Coat, White/Black
  • Windowpane Check Wool Coat, White/Black

ValentinoWindowpane Check Wool Coat, White/Black

Original: $5,750.00 
NOW: $2,300.00

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Online Inquiries: BGF18_B3X8K   |  Store Inquiries: #2157326

Details
  • Valentino windowpane check wool coat.
  • Spread collar; double-breasted front.
  • Long sleeves.
  • Vertical side pockets.
  • Tab at back waist.
  • Center back pleat.
  • Virgin wool.
  • Made in Italy.
Designer
About Valentino:
Italian designer Valentino Garavani held his first significant show in 1962 at Florence's Pitti Palace, an appropriate setting for his opulent collection. Gorgeous lace, feminine details, gossamer-like chiffon, and a vibrant shade of red were Valentino's hallmarks. Today, Pierpaolo Piccioli honors the house's heritage while adding more modern touches.

BGF18_B3X8K

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Valentino Long-Sleeve Windowpane Tie-Neck Shirtdress, White/Black

  • Long-Sleeve Windowpane Tie-Neck Shirtdress, White/Black
  • Long-Sleeve Windowpane Tie-Neck Shirtdress, White/Black

ValentinoLong-Sleeve Windowpane Tie-Neck Shirtdress, White/Black

Original: $3,690.00 
NOW: $1,476.00

FREE SHIPPING, FREE RETURNS

Online Inquiries: BGF18_B3SDL   |  Store Inquiries: #2151496

Details
  • Valentino shirtdress in windowpane crepe.
  • Contrast lace and pintuck details down center front and back.
  • Wide self-tie bow at neckline; concealed-placket button front.
  • Long sleeves; single-button cuffs.
  • Slim, straight silhouette.
  • Hem hits mid-thigh.
  • Self and lining, cotton/nylon.
  • Dry clean.
  • Made in Italy.
Designer
About Valentino:
Italian designer Valentino Garavani held his first significant show in 1962 at Florence's Pitti Palace, an appropriate setting for his opulent collection. Gorgeous lace, feminine details, gossamer-like chiffon, and a vibrant shade of red were Valentino's hallmarks. Today, Pierpaolo Piccioli honors the house's heritage while adding more modern touches.

BGF18_B3SDL

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