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  • Pierre Balmain Miltary Fitted Denim Jacket
    modaoperandi.com
    The contemporary counterpart to Olivier Rousteing’s pièce de résistance, Pierre Balmain stays true to the house’s, rock ‘n’ roll vibe, infused with a military edge. A ubiquitous trend for spring 2015, the band jacket style gets a motorcycle-chic update in washed blue denim while stitched panels embellish the sleeves. 99.5% cotton, 0.5% elastane. Made in Italy.
  • Proenza Schouler Striped slub cotton top
    net-a-porter.com
    Channel cool, Parisian style in Proenza Schouler's classic striped top. Crafted in the USA from ultra soft slub cotton, it's our go-to weekend piece. Wear yours with a leather jacket and jeans.
  • Sole Society Averie Mixed Woven Clutch
    solesociety.com
    One woven clutch that can be worn three ways: As a wristlet chain shoulder strap or simply carried. Front flap with snap closure. Material: Faux Leather. Heel Height: No. Fit: No.
  • Cage And Twist Ring And Midi Ring Set
    jeweliq.com
    This simple and versatile ring set features thin cage and twisted rings and midi rings. Set of 4 rings Sizes: 6.5, 6.5, 4, 4 Materials: plated base metal
  • NEW SEASON – Valentino Womens Rockstud Striped Leather Clutch Bag
    ln-cc.com
    Valentino Women's Rockstud' Striped Leather Clutch Bag from Pre-SS15 in Multicolour Iconic studded clutch bag with striped finish. Handcrafted from calf leather in a supple finish. Features an all over striped pattern. Precisely made and studded by hand. Detachable leather wristlet strap. Goldtone pyramid studs. Red finish inside. Embossed designer logo at back. Front flap opening. Spacious bag with three compartments and a zipped pocket. Snap fastening. Modern take on classic Valentino 'Rockstud' bag. Accompanied by branded drawstring dust bag. Material: 100% calf leather. The iconic Italian brand dates back to 1959 when Valentino Garavani opened his fashion house in the heart of Rome. Synonymous with femininity, romance and elegance Valentino was famed for his talent with chiffon and lace creating a label rich in modern opulence, patterned prints and iconic accessories. Now in the capable hands of Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli the brand continues Valentino's legacy of luxury clothing and accessories whilst bringing a redefined and modern aesthetic. Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli designed two separate resort collections this season. First the house's signature romantic dresses in intricate lace and ruffled chiffon, taking inspiration from Frida Kahlo, the collection offered Mexican sensibility and beauty. Both embroidery and print feature florals, animals and birds a long with the rich attention to detail that continues the legacy of Valentino. In contrast, the second half of the collection featured eye-popping graphic patterns in a rainbow of colours inspired by an archival Valentino print from 1973. In blocks, stripes and zig zags it is re-imagined into accessories and clothing alike, completing the effortlessly luxurious collection.
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