Minola Dress

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Minola Dress
Pacer Sessun Narodni 07 22 Alexandra Siebenthal 2020 HighRes 2435
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4 600 Kč –20 %
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Product detailed description

Minola kimono dress in two-coloured striped mercerized yarns fluid weaving, woven in France.

This garment contains organic cotton. It is produced with the utmost respect for the environment and people, without fertilizers or chemical additives.

Round collar.
Hidden buttoned closure including one jewelled button on collar stand.
Short rolled-up sleeves.
Side pockets.
Slit details.
Matching belt included.

71% Viscose 29% Cotton

 

Size guide

Snímka obrazovky 2022-11-07 o 9.19.42

 

Additional parameters

Category: Skirts & Dresses
Warranty: 2 years

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Sessùn is a French fashion brand that was created in Marseille by an anthropologist-turned-designer, Emma François. The label draws inspiration from art, film, photography, books and, above all else — travel. Sessùn’s difference is in the details with carefully chosen fabrics being part of their DNA. They say it is often where these ideas begin, by giving birth to an idea, a concept, a story–woven into each garment. But more than that, they understand that creating sustainable clothing really starts with fabrics and the consideration of the impacts of that choice.