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  • Kenzo New Tiger-Head Silk Scarf
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    KenzoNew Tiger-Head Silk Scarf, Red DetailsColorful signature tiger-head print with Kenzo logo. Finished edges.Ample size offers many ways to drape, wrap, and knot.35" (90cm) square.Silk. Made in Italy. Model's measurements: Height 5'10"/177cm, bust 31"/79cm, waist 23"/58cm, hips 33.5"/85cm, dress size US 0/2.Designer About KENZO:The colorful world of Kenzo was born in 1970 with the opening of founder Kenzo Takada's Paris boutique. Piecing together clothes from fabric scraps found at flea sales, Takada, now retired, took France by storm with his clashing prints, global influences, and exuberant imagination. Under the stewardship of Creative Directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony, Kenzo today taps into the brand's original DNA to offer reissued safari-themed prints and tiger sweatshirts alongside fresh new designs loyal to the label's history and love of spontaneity.
  • Kenzo New Tiger Head & Stripes Scarf
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    KenzoNew Tiger Head Stripes Scarf, Blue/Red/BlackDetailsColorful signature tiger-head and stripes print with Kenzo logo. Fringed edges.Ample size offers many ways to drape, wrap, and knot.55" (140cm) square.Modal/cotton/silk. Made in France of Italian material. Designer About KENZO:The colorful world of Kenzo was born in 1970 with the opening of founder Kenzo Takada's Paris boutique. Piecing together clothes from fabric scraps found at flea sales, Takada, now retired, took France by storm with his clashing prints, global influences, and exuberant imagination. Under the stewardship of Creative Directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony, Kenzo today taps into the brand's original DNA to offer reissued safari-themed prints and tiger sweatshirts alongside fresh new designs loyal to the label's history and love of spontaneity.
  • Diane von Furstenberg Security Tiger Shadow Scarf
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    Diane von FurstenbergSecurity Tiger Shadow Scarf, Black/PinkDetailsTiger print.Seasonless weave with.Ample size offers many ways to drape, wrap, and knot.Logo script in corner.80"L x 40"W (203x101cm).Linen/viscose.Imported.Model's measurements: Height 5'10"/177cm, bust 34"/86cm, waist 26"/66cm, hips 35.5"/90cm, dress size US 2. Designer About Diane von Furstenberg:Belgian designer Diane von Furstenberg vaulted to the height of popularity in 1972 with her iconic silk jersey wrap dress. Lauded as a pioneer in feminist fashion, von Furstenberg reintroduced the wrap dress just before the turn of the century, only cementing her legendary status. Today the Diane von Furstenberg brand represents a full collection of women's ready-to-wear, jewelry, accessories, handbags, shoes, and even home decor.
  • Kenzo New Tiger Head & Stripes Scarf
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    KenzoNew Tiger Head Stripes Scarf, Ivory/BlackDetailsSignature tiger-head and stripes print with Kenzo logo. Fringed edges.Ample size offers many ways to drape, wrap, and knot.55" (140cm) square.Modal/cotton/silk. Made in France of Italian material. Designer About KENZO:The colorful world of Kenzo was born in 1970 with the opening of founder Kenzo Takada's Paris boutique. Piecing together clothes from fabric scraps found at flea sales, Takada, now retired, took France by storm with his clashing prints, global influences, and exuberant imagination. Under the stewardship of Creative Directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony, Kenzo today taps into the brand's original DNA to offer reissued safari-themed prints and tiger sweatshirts alongside fresh new designs loyal to the label's history and love of spontaneity.
  • Kenzo Fish-Print Square Scarf
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    KenzoFish-Print Square Scarf, White/MulticolorDetailsKenzo scarf with graphic fish print. Narrow black border with eyelash fringe trim.Square shape offers many ways to drape, wrap, and knot.Approx. 53" (135cm) square.Modal/cashmere. Made in Italy. Designer About KENZO:The colorful world of Kenzo was born in 1970 with the opening of founder Kenzo Takada's Paris boutique. Piecing together clothes from fabric scraps found at flea sales, Takada, now retired, took France by storm with his clashing prints, global influences, and exuberant imagination. Under the stewardship of Creative Directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony, Kenzo today taps into the brand's original DNA to offer reissued safari-themed prints and tiger sweatshirts alongside fresh new designs loyal to the label's history and love of spontaneity.
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