Alexander McQueen red and black tie-dye skull printed silk scarf
  • ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Flower Skulls Modal & Silk Square Scarf - Grey
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    Width: 140cm Length: 140cm. Fringed edges. All over print. Made in Italy.
  • Alexander McQueen Skull-Print Shawl
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    Alexander McQueenSkull-Print Shawl, Purple/PinkDetailsAlexander McQueen shawl may be wrapped as a scarf, draped, and knotted many different ways.Seasonless-weight weave with Alexander McQueen signature skull print and eyelash fringe.47" x 41" (120x104 cm).Modal/silk.Made in Italy.Designer About Alexander McQueen:Founded by the late English designer Lee Alexander McQueen in 1992, this fashion house quickly gained a reputation for opulent (and sometimes outrageous) bespoke creations. Today the line is under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, who continues the house's tradition of turning out impeccably tailored, beautiful clothes. She created the gown worn by Catherine Middleton as she wed Prince William, becoming the Duchess of Cambridge.
  • Alexander McQueen Classic Silk Chiffon Skull Scarf
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    Alexander McQueen square silk chiffon skull scarf with hand stitched edge; features repeat skull pattern, skull border and Alexander McQueen logo. Dimensions: Height 40.6Inches, Width 46.8Inches. Material: 100% Silk.
  • Alexander McQueen printed skull scarf
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    Alexander McQueen printed skull chiffon scarf. Multicolor, white and black. Dimensions: 140cm x 140cm. Composition: 100% silk. Shown with Alexander McQueen Multicolored stretch leggings , Alexander McQueen Black coated leather sandals.
  • Alexander McQueen Floral Skull Silk Chiffon Shawl
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    Alexander McQueenFloral Skull Silk Chiffon Shawl, Purple/PinkDetailsAlexander McQueen shawl may be wrapped as a scarf, draped, and knotted many different ways.Seasonless-weight chiffon with signature skull print and floral motif.41" square (104cm).Silk.Made in Italy.Designer About Alexander McQueen:Founded by the late English designer Lee Alexander McQueen in 1992, this fashion house quickly gained a reputation for opulent (and sometimes outrageous) bespoke creations. Today the line is under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, who continues the house's tradition of turning out impeccably tailored, beautiful clothes. She created the gown worn by Catherine Middleton as she wed Prince William, becoming the Duchess of Cambridge.
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