Balenciaga Arena Classic Double Tour Bracelet
  • Balenciaga Arena Giant Nickel Double Tour Bracelet
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    Wrinkled lambskin leather medium wrap bracelet with signature nickel arena giant hardware. Nickel buckle closure. Appx. 24" strap length Appx. 18mm strap width. Available in Rouge Cardinal Made in Italy.
  • Balenciaga Arena Giant All Stud Two Row Bracelet
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    Textured lambskin leather bracelet with signature silvertone giant hardware and buckle. Buckle closure. Approximately 15mm width Approximately 9.25" length Available in Rouge Cardinal Made in Italy.
  • Valentino Multi-Wrap Rockstud Leather Bracelet
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    ValentinoMulti-Wrap Rockstud Leather Bracelet, Wine/PlatinoDetailsLeather wrap bracelet by Valentino.Signature Rockstud platino pyramids.Zamak zinc alloy metal.Buckle closure.24"L; wraps thrice around the wrist.1 1/2"W.Made in Italy of French materials.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, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli honor the house's heritage while adding more modern touches.
  • Balenciaga Arena Giant Gold Bracelet
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    Crafted of soft, wrinkled lambskin leather, Balenciaga's cuff bracelet features its signature yellow goldtone Arena giant hardware. Buckle closure. Approximately 9" strap length Approximately 38mm face width. Available in Rouge Cardinal (Red) Made in Italy.
  • Valentino Medium Rockstud Leather Bracelet
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    ValentinoMedium Rockstud Leather Bracelet, RedDetailsLeather bracelet by Valentino.Oversize, red-varnished signature Rockstud pyramids.Zamak zinc alloy metal.Buckle closure.3/4"W x 8 1/2"L; fits 6 3/4-7 1/2"L wrists.Made in Italy of French materials.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, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli honor the house's heritage while adding more modern touches.
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