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  • Moschino - Quilted Shell Coat
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    - Cobalt-blue and black shell - Zip fastening through front - 100% polyamide; trim: 88% wool, 11% polyamide, 1% other fibers; lining: 100% rayon - Dry clean - Made in Italy When Franco Moschino launched his namesake label in 1983, the fashion crowd instantly took notice of his whimsical, ground-breaking designs. Today, the Italian label is loved the world over for its fun and feminine style. Add the iconic brand's playful panache to your wardrobe with statement-making dresses, quirky jackets and fabulous accessories.
  • Via Spiga Women's Single-Breasted Pleated Trench Coat
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    Single breasted trench walker with died to match lining
  • Alexander McQueen Wool Crepe Peplum Coat
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    Crêpe Solid color Lapel collar 1 button Front closure Lined interior Long sleeves Single external pocket. Black wool crepe shawl collar peplum coat. One button coat with peplum detail at the front and 1940's roll to the shoulder. Pleat detail at the back of the jacket. Styled with the Obsession Print Scarf Detail Shirt and the Stretch Wool High Waisted Pants. Material:100% Virgin Wool
  • Betsey Johnson Women's Single-Breasted Wool-Blend Coat with Corset Sides
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    Wool-blend fabrication. Notched collar with removable faux fur trim. Front-button closure. Long sleeves. Lace-up ribbon detailing at the sides. Side hand pockets. Straight hem. 60% wool, 30% polyester, 5% viscose, 5% other fibers.. Faux fur face: 100% acrylic.. Ground: 100% polyester.. Lining: 100% polyester.. Other lining: 100% polyester. Dry clean only. Imported.
  • Emilio Pucci - Belted Satin Trench Coat
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    - Emilio Pucci royal-blue trench coat - Satin - Epaulettes, storm flap, belt loops, detachable cuff and waist ties, front slit pockets, back vent, partially lined - Slips on - 100% viscose; lining: 66% viscose, 34% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy Defining the essence of jet-set, Florentine aristocrat Emilio Pucci started his brand by designing a ski suit on the slopes of Zermatt. Going on to create a complete travel-friendly wardrobe in kaleidoscopic patterns, he was christened the 'Prince of Prints.' Today, creative director Massimo Giorgetti brings a contemporary approach to this carefree spirit.

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