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Lurex Madras Print Scarf

SKU# MSCDAG973

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$1,545.00
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Go for the grunge trend in the most luxe way possible with Brunello Cucinelli's lurex madras print scarf.
52" x 180"
97% Cashmere, 2% Cupro, 1% Polyester
Hand Wash
Available in Grey
estimated delivery date

August 5 - August 12

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Faster shipping methods also available.

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Go for the grunge trend in the most luxe way possible with Brunello Cucinelli's lurex madras print scarf.
52" x 180"
97% Cashmere, 2% Cupro, 1% Polyester
Hand Wash
Available in Grey

designer


Brunello Cucinelli isn't just a brand, it's a philosophy. Their website proclaims their motto: "beauty is our salvation". Italian fashion designer, Brunello Cucinelli, began his career selling cashmere sweaters from his garage. Headquartered in Solomeno, Italy, the Cucinelli brand has grown to be the leader in selling cashmere garments since 1985. Creating almost a synergy between creativity and quality, both Brunello Cucinelli the person and the man are ambassadors of Italian luxury. It was Cucinelli's lifelong dream to "simultaneously "safeguard" the artistic and cultural heritage of the world" and he has achieved this and beyond. The collections produced for this brand is the epitome of classy craftsmanship and can be layered and interchanged among its pieces.

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