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Silk and wool-blend lace dress

$3,045
at MyTheresa
Alexander McQueen's dress is an editor's favourite. The silk and wool-blend style is ruffled to perfection and features allover woven-in metallic yarns to the sheer black fabric for a truly glimmering finish. A dainty slip underneath will make for the perfect amount of coverage, while a red high-heel will add seductive punctuation. Zipped side Zipped side Button fastening to nape Button fastening to nape 66% silk, 18% wool, 12% viscose, 4% metallic fibres 66% silk, 18% wool, 12% viscose, 4% metallic fibres Material II: 86% silk, 6% wool, 6% viscose, 2% metallic fibres Material II: 86% silk, 6% wool, 6% viscose, 2% metallic fibres Dry clean Dry clean Designer colour name: Black/Russet/Gold Designer colour name: Black/Russet/Gold Made in Italy Made in Italy Runs small, please see Size & Fit tab Runs small, please see Size & Fit tab Fits small to size - we recommend trying one size larger Fits small to size - we recommend trying one size larger Semi-sheer Semi-sheer Chinted waist Chinted waist Model is 178cm-5'10" and wears a size S Model is 178cm-5'10" and wears a size S
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Sarah Burton took over the creative helm at Alexander McQueen in 2010. Since then the designer has propelled the rebellious British brand to new heights, adding a softer, more feminine edge to its typically subversive collections. Gothic, romantic and with an air of other worldly etherealness, each piece is made with same considered construction as couture, making it a sure-fire sartorial investment. Signature touches like the hourglass silhouettes, graphic placement prints and the label’s synonymous skulls set each collection apart. Look for these details on breezy floor-skimming chiffon gowns, intarsia body-con minis and the intricately embellished cocktail dresses that walk straight off the runway. And when it comes to dressing, you’re in especially expert hands – Burton designed one of the most talked about pieces of the last decade: the Duchess of Cambridge’s bridal gown.

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