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Alongside Givenchy's signature black, expect feminine accessories intermixed with geometrical tailoring and flowing jersey and silks designed to elegantly drape against the body. This blue and silver leather reversible shopper tote from Givenchy features a faded effect, an open top design, top handles, a removable pouch and a front centre logo stamp.
Antigona Leather Reversible Tote, Blue/Silver
Givenchy's Antigona tote reverses from ombre blue suede to silver metallic leather. Made in Italy, this versatile bag includes a leather zip pouch for organization.
- Metal logo lettering at topline. Black printed logo.
- Removable silver metallic leather zip pouch.
- Flat leather handles.
- Open top.
- 13" height x 22.5" topline width/16.0" baseline width x 7" depth (approximately).
- 7" handle drop (approximately).
- Available in Blue/Silver.
- Made in Italy.
Retail $2060 with tax.
Brand new and comes with dust bag and papers.
22.5"L x 7"W x 13"H
Sun 9/2/18 - Wed 9/5/18 (4-7 days)
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