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  • Imoni Long Fingerless Leather Gloves
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    Luxury meets function in these finely crafted black fingerless leather gloves from Imoni which feature an elbow-length design for additional warmth. 100% leather. Made in Hungary.
  • CHRISTOPHER KANE Gloves
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    Composition: 100% Cashmere. Details: lightweight sweater, two-tone pattern, no appliqués, unlined.
  • Lanvin Speckled & Leather Gloves - Black (7.5)
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    LanvinSpeckled Leather GlovesDetailsLong gloves by Lanvin.Speckled snake-print (polyester/acrylic/polyamide) back.Lambskin leather underside.Side zip.Made in France.To determine your glove size, measure the circumference of your hand around your knuckles, excluding your thumb. Then pick your glove size based on the measurements below. For the most comfortable fit, you may want to go up a size if you fall in between these numbers. S=6 to 6 1/2 inches M=7 to 7 1/2 inches L=8 to 8 1/2 inchesDesigner About Lanvin:Lanvin is the oldest French house of fashion still creating collections. Founded by Jeanne Lanvin as a millinery on Faubourg Saint-Honore in 1889 Paris, the company earned a following among French socialites. Today, critically acclaimed designer Alber Elbaz upholds the Lanvin tradition of supremely well-made clothes, adding shoes, handbags, jewelry and accessories to the collection.
  • 'S MAX MARA Long-length leather gloves
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    S Max Mara provides an elegant cool-weather antidote with these long-length black leather gloves. They’re designed to sit just below the elbow and are lined with a lightweight fabric. Wear them to elevate day and eveningwear alike.
  • Brunello Cucinelli Elbow-Length Monili-Piped Cashmere Gloves
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    Brunello CucinelliElbow-Length Monili-Piped Cashmere Gloves DetailsCashmere gloves by Brunello Cucinelli.Shimmery Monili piping.Elbow length.Made in Italy.Designer About Brunello Cucinelli:The countryside of Umbria, where Brunello Cucinelli calls home, was the inspiration for the sublimely luxurious and colorful cashmere that made him famous. Today the company operates from a restored 14th century castle in Solomeo, Italy (in fact, he restored the entire village). The line has expanded beyond the initial coveted cashmere to include designs for men and women.
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