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Glitter logo print bicolour sweat dress GIVENCHY
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Glitter logo print bicolour sweat dress GIVENCHY
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Glitter logo print bicolour sweat dress GIVENCHY
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    Glitter logo print bicolour sweat dress

    SKU:A144504-ROUG
    CHF 260.00
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    Product Details
    Sporty girls will love this Givenchy sweat dress cut from felted cotton blend. It features a hood with drawstring, side pockets and long sleeves. The piece is adorned with a black band sporting the brand logo embellished with black glitter.
    Care Tips
    Wash with cold water
    Composition
  • Main fabric 96% cotton, 14% polyester
  • Lining 100% cotton
  • Rib trims 98% cotton, 2% elastane
  • FEATURES

    • Reference: A144504-ROUG
    • Color: RED

    about the creator

    Givenchy

    Created in 1952 in Paris, the Givenchy couture house invented the concept of casual chic. Following the steps of Balenciaga, founder Hubert de Givenchy designed refined dresses, gracefully worn by his muse Audrey Hepburn. He created the little black dress she wore in "Breakfast at Tiffany's”. He revolutionized women's fashion with iconic creations such as the balloon coat, the shirt dress and the sack dress. In 2005, Riccardo Tisci became Givenchy's new creative director. He boldly revisited the brand's legacy by combining minimalistic designs with modern details, making them more than desirable. In 2017, former Chloé-designer Clare Waight Keller took over from him to manage the venerable house. Discover Givenchy's women's and children's fashion, bags and shoes in our Geneva store and on our e-shop. Shop online and enjoy free delivery in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

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