Wool Colorblock Top

Marni
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Wool Colorblock Top

$1,180
$229 Gilt
Size:
  • 38
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  • 40
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  • 42
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  • 44
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Color:
blush multi
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Description
Designer

Woven top

  • Mock turtleneck
  • Colorblock panels throughout
  • 3/4 sleeves
  • Hidden back zipper closure
  • Tonal top stitching and panel seaming

Measurements: * 30" in circumference at bust; 23" from shoulder to hem; taken from a size 38
* Model's height is 5 feet 9 inches
* Dry clean only

Material: 50% silk and 50% wool

Brand: Marni

Marni is as chic as it gets. Launched in 1994 by designer Consuelo Castiglioni, this Milan-based label started out as a collection of outré, fur-trimmed outerwear and quickly expanded into a full fashion line featuring perfectly tailored clothing, chunky-heeled shoes, retro eyewear, acrylic resin costume jewelry, and luxe handbags. Marni loves to experiment with asymmetrical shapes and prints of all kinds — from stencils and feminine floral patterns to bold geometric designs — but also excels at understated basics such as crepe pencil skirts and little black dresses. In 2002 Marni added a menswear line, which mimics the minimalist approach that has endeared Castiglioni’s clothes to female fashion cognoscenti for years. In 2012 the label created a popular collection for H&M that — to no one's surprise — sold out within hours of appearing on the racks.