Dress for women MES DEMOISELLES GALILEEA020028554
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Long shiny bronze dress by Mes Demoiselles. A truly romantic and fashionable model, made of polyester, has a round front and back neckline, belt of the same material at the waist and a magnificent drape in the final part of the model. Thin, non-adjustable straps. This dress, thanks to its shiny style and bronze color, gives richness to the figure and a sense of simple elegance. Suitable for the most glossy parties and the most glamorous evenings!
- 100% Polyester
- 100% viscose lining
- Non-adjustable straps
- Round front and back neckline
- Waist belt
- Model height: 172 cm
- Model size: 36
- Colour: Glossy bronze
Mes Demoiselles start its history in the fashion world in 2006 when Anita Radovanovic, creator of the brand, launches on the catwalks of Paris her first collection, obtaining an immediate success and confirmed over the years.
The collections are designed and produced entirely in Paris, in the laboratory next to the store of the same name. The style is inspired by the 70s and the bohemian spirit of that period, the preferred materials and most used are noble fibers such as cotton, silk and wool.
Each piece is a jewel that requires a delicate and refined working, it’s comfortable to wear and worked in a traditional way to give it an aged look and timeless elegance.
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Our fashion botique is located in the center Arzignano, Vicenza since 1911.
An experience and a family tradition that have been constantly reinterpreted to get to the latest research and experimentation.