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Jessica Choay

Alida (10)

$899

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10
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only 2 left in stock

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This floor-sweeping dress is crafted from very fine velvet and italian silk with an asymetric top part : one bat shaped sleeve on one side and a delicate draped satin shoulder on the other. Draped satin is also stitched around the waist to form a belt flattering the silhouette. All the lining is made of black satin silk and will be slightly visible when walking, thanks to this feminine side cut on the skirt. This design will make you stand out during your most elegant evenings.
All made in Italy, finished by hand.

Zip is on the side.

Dry Clean only.

No Ironing.
Small fit on the waist.

This item is held by the designer so please allow up to 7 working days for delivery, although we aim to have it with you sooner!

Free delivery UK + Worldwide over £150 / €210 / $240 / $A300.

Free returns for exchange or full refund within 14 days.

No customs fees, duties or taxes!

Delivery via DHL Express.

Collect or return any item in-store: Mayfair & Notting Hill.

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Meet The Designer

Lavish yet understated. self-possessed but, somehow, incredibly seductive, such are the words one might use to describe the world of Jessica Choay. It all began as an experiment from a small atelier in Milan. By mixing exquisite materials with an artful display of craftsmanship, the result was a repertoire of few, distinguished pieces. Soon, Choay’s very private but loyal clientele was claiming for more, and 2011 saw the label’s official launch. Elements of floating fabrics and transparencies thread through the ready-to-wear collections and the lingerie capsule lines, in a constant game of hide and show. Timeless, each collection seems to transcend the concept of seasons.
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