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    Lost & found black skeleton lovers scarf - lost & found black skeleton lovers scarf - black - white skeleton lovers print - 50% cashmere - 50% wool - made in italy
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    - Emilio Pucci multicolored scarf - Printed cashmere and silk-blend gauze - Frayed trims - 70% cashmere, 30% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy Defining the essence of jet-set, Florentine aristocrat Emilio Pucci started his brand by designing a ski suit on the slopes of Zermatt. Going on to create a complete travel-friendly wardrobe in kaleidoscopic patterns, he was christened the 'Prince of Prints.' Today, creative director Massimo Giorgetti brings a contemporary approach to this carefree spirit.
  • Emilio Pucci - Printed Cashmere And Silk-blend Scarf
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    - Emilio Pucci multicolored scarf - Printed cashmere and silk-blend - 100% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy Defining the essence of jet-set, Florentine aristocrat Emilio Pucci started his brand by designing a ski suit on the slopes of Zermatt. Going on to create a complete travel-friendly wardrobe in kaleidoscopic patterns, he was christened the 'Prince of Prints.' Today, creative director Massimo Giorgetti brings a contemporary approach to this carefree spirit.
  • Emilio Pucci - Printed Cashmere And Silk-blend Scarf
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    - Emilio Pucci multicolored scarf - Printed cashmere and silk-blend - 70% cashmere, 30% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy Defining the essence of jet-set, Florentine aristocrat Emilio Pucci started his brand by designing a ski suit on the slopes of Zermatt. Going on to create a complete travel-friendly wardrobe in kaleidoscopic patterns, he was christened the 'Prince of Prints.' Today, creative director Massimo Giorgetti brings a contemporary approach to this carefree spirit.

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