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  • Etro - Pleated Printed Silk Crepe De Chine Peplum Blouse
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    - Etro multicolored blouse - Printed silk crepe de chine - Buttoned cuffs, cutout front, pleated peplum hem - Button-fastening keyhole at back, concealed zip fastening along side - 100% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy Since its launch in 1968, family-run Etro has established itself as the style set's go-to for bold, boho-luxe looks. The Italian house is adored for its colorful yet classic designs - think breezy silk and cotton pieces in a riot of rainbow-hued prints.
  • Jason Wu - Layered Corset-effect Cotton-twill Peplum Top
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    - Jason Wu black top - Cotton-twill - Corset overlay, asymmetric peplum hem - Zip fastening through front, partially concealed button fastenings through front - 100% cotton - Dry clean - Imported Jason Wu's namesake label is synonymous with unrivalled craftsmanship and sophistication. Over 90% of Wu's fabrics are made exclusively for the brand in Europe, and embellishments are hand-applied using traditional couture techniques. Invest in printed dresses, sleek silk skirts and leather shoes.
  • Parker Peggy Peplum Top
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    Vamp up your after-dark repertoire with Parker's date-worthy top, designed with alluring cutouts and a sleek peplum hem. Wear yours with a skinny jeans, pencil skirts or tailored stovepipe pants for a sophisticated play on proportions.
  • Parker Shannon Embellished Peplum Top
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    A bevy of beads and a precision-pleated peplum hem add after-dark elegance to this Parker top. Illusion paneling and contrast lining up the ante on the drama.
  • Alexander Wang - Peplum Neoprene-piqué Top
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    - Alexander Wang black top - Neoprene-piqué - Peplum, pleated hem - Concealed hook and zip fastening at back - 54% polyamide, 44% polyester, 2% elastane - Dry clean - Imported One of New York's most influential designers, Alexander Wang is inspired by sports and streetwear, but has a couturier's eye for fabric and proportion. Since his debut collection in 2008 his clothes have been coveted by women who adore that cool, downtown look. As well as tailoring, separates and dresses, we love his signature Rocco bag.

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