Escada Button-Front Multicolor Blanket-Weave Coat w/ Golden Snaps

  • Button-Front Multicolor Blanket-Weave Coat w/ Golden Snaps
  • Button-Front Multicolor Blanket-Weave Coat w/ Golden Snaps
  • Button-Front Multicolor Blanket-Weave Coat w/ Golden Snaps
  • Button-Front Multicolor Blanket-Weave Coat w/ Golden Snaps

EscadaButton-Front Multicolor Blanket-Weave Coat w/ Golden Snaps

$2,795.00

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Details
  • Escada multicolor blanket weave coat in virgin wool.
  • Spread collar; golden snap closure.
  • Long sleeves; tab cuffs.
  • Side slip pockets.
  • Martingale strap.
  • Relaxed fit.
  • Knee-length.
  • Imported of Italian materials.


Model's measurements: Height 5'11"/180cm, bust 33"/84cm, waist 24.5"/62cm, hips 34"/86cm, dress size US 2.


Designer
About Escada:
Margaretha and Wolfgang Ley debuted their company in the late 1970s, and named it for a racehorse that proved lucky for them: Escada. The German line soon established a reputation for distinctive, well-made clothes. Over the years, the collection expanded to include Escada Sport as well as accessories and fragrances. Today, design directors Karen Schoeller and Daniel Wingate guide the house of Escada into its next era.

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Escada Logo-Intarsia Crewneck Long-Sleeve Cashmere-Blend Sweaterdress

  • Logo-Intarsia Crewneck Long-Sleeve Cashmere-Blend Sweaterdress
  • Logo-Intarsia Crewneck Long-Sleeve Cashmere-Blend Sweaterdress

EscadaLogo-Intarsia Crewneck Long-Sleeve Cashmere-Blend Sweaterdress

Original: $1,695.00    NOW: $932.00

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Details
  • Escada sweaterdress with logo-intarsia.
  • Crew neckline.
  • Long sleeves.
  • Relaxed fit.
  • Pullover style.
  • Mini length.
  • Cashmere/polypropylene/cotton/nylon.
  • Made in Italy.


Model's measurements: Height 5'11"/180cm, bust 33"/84cm, waist 24.5"/62cm, hips 34"/86cm, dress size US 2.


Designer
About Escada:
Margaretha and Wolfgang Ley debuted their company in the late 1970s, and named it for a racehorse that proved lucky for them: Escada. The German line soon established a reputation for distinctive, well-made clothes. Over the years, the collection expanded to include Escada Sport as well as accessories and fragrances. Today, design directors Karen Schoeller and Daniel Wingate guide the house of Escada into its next era.

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