Lanvin Woven- Silk Bow Tie

Lanvin Woven- Silk Bow Tie
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Lanvin’s Creative Director, Mr Alber Elbaz, is known for his dapper bow ties and naturally the prestigious design house excels in this area.

Crafted in France from tactile woven-silk, this burgundy piece is a refined way to add colour and texture to formalwear – team it with a slick tuxedo at your next high-profile party.

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Burgundy woven-silk bow tie
Adjustable
Hook fastening
100% silk
Dry clean
Made in France

$140

Purchase this item here.

Michelle Maslanka | Elite.

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