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Patrizia Malaga Wine Jacket

by Aggi

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The jacket is made of soft, delicate, high-quality vegan leather. Design with a perfectly refined neck construction modelling the shoulder line - additionally accented by sewn oval pillows. Wrinkling on sleeves, fronts and back gives space and a feminine character to the design. Sleeves are finished with cuffs fastened with leather snaps. Double-breasted clasp with hand-sewn press studs, covered in vegan leather. Waist underlined with a tied belt. Pockets in the side seams. The whole is on delicate georgette lining. Leather jacket with a belt.
Will make a perfect match with Skirt Chiara Malaga Wine. Product made of VEGAN LEATHER.
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Aggi

Based in: Poland

AGGI is a Polish luxury brand for women. Its designs are inspired by the '70s and '80s eclectic style combined with contemporary trends. It is dedicated to the women who value craftsmen tailoring that emphasize the figure and like to experiment with the color and texture. Exceptional quality cut and precision finish, as well as carefully selected materials of the highest quality, are the core values behind the success of AGGI.
AGGI is adored by celebrities and often worn by actresses, entertainers and media personalities. Looking stunning and feeling comfortable is what the brand stands for.
AGGI is a brand made in Poland because we place great emphasis on sustainability and fair trade.
We use vegan leather and artificial wickets because the future of our planet is our priority.

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