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  • Oscar de la Renta - Printed Silk Crepe De Chine Blouse
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    - Oscare de la Renta white, navy and royal-blue blouse - Pronted silk crepe de chine - Button-fastening keyhole at back - 100% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy An icon of the New York fashion scene, Oscar de la Renta was famed for the elegance and unapologetic glamor of his collections. Peter Copping, handpicked by the late designer himself, has now taken the reins as Creative Director and is committed to continuing this legacy.
  • W118 by Walter Baker - Mila Cutout Pleated Crepe De Chine Blouse
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    - W118 by Walter Baker burgundy Mila blouse - Crepe de chine - Cutout shoulders, batwing sleeves, pleated - Button-fastening keyhole at back - 100% polyester - Hand wash or dry clean - Imported N.Y.C.-based label W118 by Walter Baker is famed for designing super versatile basics with a high-fashion twist. Make the brand's printed dresses and chiffon shirts your go-to for effortless everyday style.
  • Nina Ricci - Pleated Silk Crepe De Chine Blouse
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    - Nina Ricci ecru blouse - Pleated silk crepe de chine - Button-fastening keyhole at back - 100% silk - Dry clean - Imported Since its launch in 1932, Parisian powerhouse Nina Ricci has been synonymous with timeless elegance and femininity. Peter Copping took the creative reins in 2010 and continues to offer a cool blend of fairy-tale romance and ladylike tailoring.
  • Thom Browne - Seersucker Cotton Peplum Blouse
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    - Thom Browne light-blue and white top - Seersucker cotton - Grosgrain-trimmed waistband, pleated peplum hem, partially lined - Button fastenings along front - 100% cotton; trim: 100% silk - Dry clean - Made in Italy
  • Emilio Pucci - Printed Silk Top
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    - Emilio Pucci multicolored blouse - Printed silk - Pleated cutout neckline - Tie-fastening keyhole at back - 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.

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