Roland Mouret Open Back Top Stripes Gray Beige Cotton Blouse size UK10 FR 38 US6
This magnificent piece is unique and extraordinary!! Is a striped pattern in beige and gray top with impressive open back and tie waist. A real headturner! The perfect fashion item for the modern woman that can't pass unnoticed. Retails at 740 $ !!
Brand: Roland Mouret
Size:UK 10, US6, FR 38, IT 42
The approx. measurements are: armpit to armpit50cm, length armpit to hem 46cm
Color: Beige Gray
Material: Cotton blend
Condition: Very good preowned condition
code: S 1005.TP0000
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Shipping Method Estimated Transit Time
Europe (UPS Express Saver) 1-3 Business days
USA & the rest of the world (UPS Express Saver) 3-5 Business days
International standard shipping via ELTA post (EMS)
We ship anywhere internationally and within the US. Your order will be processed and shipped within 1-3 business days. Your tracking number will be provided to you once your order has been shipped. We are not responsible for any customs fees, delays, or lost parcels.
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It normally takes 5-10 days for the packages to arrive anywhere in Europe and 10-15 days for the rest of the world.
Delivery by courier (Greece only)
You can choose shipping via our domestic courier partner company. Currently we are working with theGreek National Post Office (ELTA) that delivers your packages the next business day. For an extra fee you can choose and Saturday delivery.
Roland Mouret (born 1962) is a French fashion designer.
His fashion training consisted of three months in a Parisian fashion college in 1979. In the 1980s Mouret worked as creative director with Gai Pied Hebdo, a Paris-based gay publication, and was an Act Up activist. When he left school to begin designing, he lacked skill in garment construction yet had "a native awareness of sensuality" that allowed him to create "irresistible" clothing. Sharai and André Meyers bought his line in 1998. After seven years and a move to New York, Mouret introduced his Galaxy dress in his Spring 2006 collection. Less than two months after the dress's runway debut, Mouret split with his backers in a move that shocked the fashion world. Mouret cited "managerial differences", but neither he nor the Meyerses has ever elaborated on the cause of the break-up.
After Mouret left his label, he took a two-year hiatus. He found a new backer in Simon Fuller and planned a comeback under the name RM by the designer Roland Mouret. (His previous backers had retained the rights to the Roland Mouret brand.) Before the bona fide launch of his new line, Mouret undertook small design engagements to pique public interest. He partnered with Bergdorf Goodman for a one-time-only consignment in which he personally signed each of the 36 dresses. He escorted Jacquetta Wheeler to the Met Costume Institute ball; she wore a long version of the Bergdorf dress. Mouret also designed a limited-edition dress line for the Gap.