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  • Proenza Schouler Geometric Triangle Print Scarf
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    Lightweight cashmere blend scarf in two-tone geometric triangle print. Scarf is detailed with self fringe ends. 72" length x 46" width. Available in Red/Black. Made in Italy. Cashmere/silk. Dry clean.
  • Proenza Schouler Geometric Triangle Print Scarf
    barneys.com
    Lightweight cashmere blend scarf in two-tone geometric triangle print. Scarf is detailed with self fringe ends. 72" length x 46" width. Available in Royal Blue/Black. Made in Italy. Cashmere/silk. Dry clean.
  • Proenza Schouler Geometric Triangle Print Scarf
    barneys.com
    Lightweight cashmere blend scarf in two-tone geometric triangle print. Scarf is detailed with self fringe ends. 72" length x 46" width. Available in Blue/Aqua. Made in Italy. Cashmere/silk. Dry clean.
  • Forget Me Not Holy Mountain Triangle Scarf
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    Silk twill triangle scarf in multicolored abstract mountain print with tasseled fringe edges. 47" height (base to point) x 87" width (base width) Available in Blue Multi. Made in Italy. Silk. Dry clean
  • Givenchy Square Silk-Wool Shaded Leopard Logo Scarf
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    GivenchySquare Silk-Wool Shaded Leopard Logo ScarfDetailsLeopard-print scarf by Givenchy.Eyelash fringe trim.Givenchy logo at center.Ample size offers many ways to drape, wrap, and knot.Approx. 47" square (120cm).Silk/wool.Dry clean.Made in France.Model's measurements: Height 5'9"/175cm, bust 32"/81cm, waist 25"/64cm, hips 34"/86cm, dress size US 2. Designer About Givenchy:Founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy, Givenchy is a luxury fashion house that includes apparel, accessories, fragrances and cosmetics, and remains one of the few official members of Paris' haute couture society. During the house's golden years in the 1950s and 60s, Givenchy became synonymous with classic, ladylike designs, including the iconic Little Black Dress worn by muse Audrey Hepburn and then Jackie Kennedy. Some of the industry's most influential designers have since helmed the brand, including John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. Riccardo Tisci was named creative director in 2005, winning over a new generation of devotees with his conceptual minimalism and darkly romantic designs.
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