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  • Ralph Rucci Women's Sleeveless Lace-Up Dress
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    Ralph Rucci Women's Sleeveless Lace-Up Dress
    Ralph RucciSleeveless Lace-Up Dress, CoralDetailsWool crepe dress by Chado Ralph Rucci. Asymmetric neckline. Sleeveless; mesh inset on left shoulder. Lace-up sides. A-line skirt. Handkerchief hem hits around the knee. Approx. 40"L overall. Hidden back zip. Made in USA of Italian materials. Shown styled with Stuart Weitzman Outing Strappy Cage Sandal in CamelModel's measurements: Height 5'10"/177cm, bust 32"/81cm, waist 24"/61cm, hips 35"/89cm, dress size US 2/4. Designer About Ralph Rucci: For nearly three decades, designer and two-time CFDA nominee Ralph Rucci has been creating sculptural, studiously made and complexly simple apparel popular with high society. Himself an accomplished painter, Rucci culls from influences as varied as modern art and Japanese tradition. In fact, his Chado label is named after the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. This reverence of ritual, restraint, and refinement is evident in his clothing's meticulous construction and use of voluptuous material, taken to transformative levels by his couture point of view.
  • Ralph Rucci Women's Barbed Wire Wool Dress
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    Ralph Rucci Women's Barbed Wire Wool Dress
    Ralph RucciBarbed Wire Wool Dress, BlackDetailsWool dress by Chado Ralph Rucci. Shirred peekaboo details with lambskin leather barbed wire details. Short sleeves. Boat neckline. Slim, relaxed silhouette. Sheer inset across hips features drawstring detail. Hem hits above the knee. 37. 5"L front; 38"L back. Hidden back zip. Silk lining. Made in USA of Italian materials. Shown styled with Stuart Weitzman Nudist Ankle-Strap Sandal in BlackDesigner About Ralph Rucci: For nearly three decades, designer and two-time CFDA nominee Ralph Rucci has been creating sculptural, studiously made and complexly simple apparel popular with high society. Himself an accomplished painter, Rucci culls from influences as varied as modern art and Japanese tradition. In fact, his Chado label is named after the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. This reverence of ritual, restraint, and refinement is evident in his clothing's meticulous construction and use of voluptuous material, taken to transformative levels by his couture point of view.
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