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Textured Bobble Jumper in Angora Mix
£130.00 £55.00
Textured Bobble Jumper in Angora Mix
Top by Ganni Made from a chunky knit wool-blend. Angora added for a soft fluffy feel. Boat neckline. Dropped shoulders. Ribbed trims. Bobble finish. Relaxed fit. ABOUT GANNI. Danish label Ganni work with an aim to create wardrobe classics for the independent woman. Working as a creative hub, no one designer is behind the label, with the concept being driven by a talented team of designers and artists. Not dictated by trends; simple shapes are deconstructed creating a powerful combination of classic and contemporary with a unique twist. An online exclusive to ASOS sees Ganni adding a directional footwear collection to complement their main range; expect ankle boots, contemporary flats and block heels.
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Skater Skirt in Metallic Lace
£25.00
Skater Skirt in Metallic Lace
Skirt by Lashes of London - Made from a soft cotton blend. - A flared main. - With an embroidered overlay. - Gathered pleating. - Concealed zip fastening. - Regular fit. ABOUT LASHES OF LONDON: Lashes of London embodies a fresh take on fashion, with a collection of party dresses complimented by cute separates including crop tops, skirts and retro style playsuits. Sourcing global inspiration from the flea markets of LA to the museums of Paris, Lashes of London add a unique edge of vintage and street style with their ever changing trend-led collections.
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'Leave The Boy Alone' Vest Black
£35.00 £17.50
'Leave The Boy Alone' Vest Black
This. Leave The Boy Alone vest by Boy London has been crafted from a lightweight cotton jersey, with a soft hand feel. The details include: a scoop neckline, sleeveless styling and a bold text print to the centre front. The vest has been cut with a relaxed and regular fit. ABOUT BOY LONDON: Founded in 1977, BOY London's trademark attitude saw the label adopted by the underground; the uniform of choice for youth movements that mattered. Through word of mouth and an unashamed passion for the brand, BOY London saw a resurgence in 2007 with one off original designs and classic print t-shirts, leggings and vests selling out weekly and introducing the label to a new generation of fans.
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