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  • Lanvin Black Neoprene Stretch Leggings
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    Lanvin Black Neoprene Stretch Leggings
    Stretch leggings with classic jean construction in black. Bronze-tone hardware. Four pocket styling. Raised seams at front face. Zip fly. Tonal stitching. 94% Polyamide, 6% elastane. Imported.
  • Lanvin Jersey Faux Five-Pocket Leggings
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    Lanvin Jersey Faux Five-Pocket Leggings
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    Lanvin navy stretch-wool compact jersey faux five-pocket leggings. Faux five-pocket styling, slim topstitch creased legs. 9" rise, 28.25" inseam, 11" leg opening (approximately) Zip fly with button fastening. Available in Navy. Wool/elastane. Dry clean. Imported.
  • Lanvin Women's Flat-Front Compact Jersey Leggings - Black (44US12)
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    Lanvin Women's Flat-Front Compact Jersey Leggings - Black (44US12)
    LanvinFlat-Front Compact Jersey LeggingsDetailsLanvin compact jersey legging pants.Zip/button front; belt loops.Flat front with center seam.Back patch pockets.Cropped above ankle.Fitted silhouette.Wool/spandex.Made in Slovakia.Designer About Lanvin:Lanvin is the oldest French house of fashion still creating collections. Founded by Jeanne Lanvin as a millinery on Faubourg Saint-Honore in 1889 Paris, the company earned a following among French socialites. Today, critically acclaimed designer Alber Elbaz upholds the Lanvin tradition of supremely well-made clothes, adding shoes, handbags, jewelry and accessories to the collection.
  • Lanvin Women's Equestrian Stretch Leggings - Forest Green (40)
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    Lanvin Women's Equestrian Stretch Leggings - Forest Green (40)
    LanvinEquestrian Stretch LeggingsDetailsEquestrian leggings in compact stretch weave.Fitted, angle-length legs.Banded cuffs.Banded pull-on waist.Nylon/wool/spandex.Imported.Designer About Lanvin:Lanvin is the oldest French house of fashion still creating collections. Founded by Jeanne Lanvin as a millinery on Faubourg Saint-Honore in 1889 Paris, the company earned a following among French socialites. Today, critically acclaimed designer Alber Elbaz upholds the Lanvin tradition of supremely well-made clothes, adding shoes, handbags, jewelry and accessories to the collection.
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