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Oscar de la Renta
Collage-Print Scarf, Blue

In the early 20th century, Pablo Picasso contributed to the emerging modernist art movement with collages of newsprint and other media glued onto canvas, changing art forever. Your favorite fashion house continues in the tradition of innovation with this Picasso-inspired stole. Wrapped close to the neck or draped around the shoulders of a sleeveless shift dress, this Oscar de la Renta stole makes an artful addition to your collection.

  • Collage-print voile with eyelash fringe trim.
  • Ample size offers many ways to drape, wrap, and knot.
  • 72"L x 52"W.
  • Silk.
  • Made in Italy.


About Oscar de la Renta:
After apprenticing at Balenciaga in Spain and at Lanvin in Paris, Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta launched his own eponymous line in 1965. His refined, ladylike looks have garnered many awards, including one in 1990 for Lifetime Achievement. In 1998, he launched a successful line of lingerie and his momentum shows no signs of waning with the collections of eyewear, fragrance, home decor, handbags, and shoes.

Oscar de la Renta Collage-Print Scarf, Blue



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