Alexander McQueen Skull-Patterned Silk Pocket Square

Alexander McQueen Skull-Patterned Silk Pocket Square
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Dotted with the label’s celebrated skull motif, Alexander McQueen’s silk pocket square delivers equal measures of rebel attitude and effortless suave. Pop this accessory into your chest pocket for a dash of London cool.

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Black silk pocket square
Embroidered ice-grey pin dots and skulls
100% silk
Dry clean
Made in Italy

$130

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