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Extraordinary clothes

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Платье из тёмно-зелёного хлопкового бархата с длинным рукавом. Воротник-стойка. Ручная отделка хлопковым кружевом. Потайная молния на спине. Без карманов. На фото: модель ростом 181 см, размер S.

Платье из тёмно-зелёного хлопкового бархата с длинным рукавом. Воротник-стойка. Ручная отделка хлопковым кружевом. Потайная молния на спине. Без карманов. На фото: модель ростом 181 см, размер S.

Christian Cowan Spring 2022 Ready-to-Wear Collection | Vogue

Christian Cowan Spring 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection, runway looks, beauty, models, and reviews.

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Detachable Silk Cuffs are an extraordinary accessory that adds elegance to your casual clothes and turn them into haute couture looks.HandmadeYou can use our cuffs as an additional detachable part of your blouses, shirts, and dresses. You can wear embroidered cuff bracelets with our detachable silk sleeves. You can also wear our cuffs as authentic bracelets. VIDANA detachable cuffs will make you feel and wear your clothes in a new fashion, simply because accessories are the most expressive part

Detachable Silk Cuffs are an extraordinary accessory that adds elegance to your casual clothes and turn them into haute couture looks. Handmade You can use our cuffs as an additional detachable part of your blouses, shirts, and dresses. You can wear embroidered cuff bracelets with our detachable silk sleeves. You can also wear our cuffs as authentic bracelets. VIDANA detachable cuffs will make you feel and wear your clothes in a new fashion, simply because accessories are the most expressive…

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Evening dress by Roberto Cavalli 2005 http://www.vogue.fr/suzy-menkes/la-chronique-de-suzy-menkes/articles/suzy-menkes-chinese-whispers-at-the-met/24111

A slinky, sequinned dress from Tom Ford’s 2004 Saint Laurent show, and the same golden sheen on a Chinese emperor’s robe from the eighteenth century, were a dramatic way to open the temple doors on the subject of this year’s Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute exhibition: China – Through the Looking Glass.