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Dress for women WEILI ZHENG SWZDC38

A020027749

by Weili Zheng

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€149,00 €239,00

Short blue dress for woman by Weili Zheng. Made without sleeves, without pockets, it has a straight waist in the style of the 70s. The particularity of the model is the right sleeve enriched by this wonderful drape that runs along the whole dress. A truly unique garment, which does not go unnoticed thanks to the playfulness of the style.

CHARACTERISTICS

  • 100% Nylon
  • 70s style
  • High neckline
  • Puffed sleeve along the entire length of the dress
  • Short cut
  • Color: Blue with multicolor stripes
  • Model height: 172 cm
  • Model Size: XS
THE BRAND

Born in Zhejiang, China, and brought up in Italy, Weili Zheng started his first collaborations in London, later moving into the US market. After years of working in the international fashion, Weili has coined the term for its iconic female: fun chic. A new style of urban and streetwear that reflects the essence of the contemporary woman, born from the contamination and a free vision of geographic borders.

The Zheng Weili collections, designed by an international creative team all female, are a contrasting game where the Italian sartorial tradition meets unusual materials: colored neoprene, hemp and textures that remind wood and marble clash with wings lace, organza, linen, gold jersey and revisited Saharianes. The prints are inspired by the typical geometric cut of the ’70 clothes.

Frequenty Asked Questions



Of course! All of our products are 100% Weili Zheng certified originals. Feel free to ask us for the product code and we'll be happy to provide it.


Yeah, everything we sell online comes from our boutiques in Italy. We've been partners with Weili Zheng and many others up to 10 years.


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OUR BOUTIQUE


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.