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Stuart Weitzman Allwayhunk
$765.00 $382.50
Stuart Weitzman Allwayhunk
These block heel just-over-the-knee boots are fabulous in all ways: The leg-skimming silhouette features a pointed toe inspired by the ZEPHER bootie; the front shaft is designed to graze the top of the knee, while the back shaft is slightly shorter (one of the details that distinguishes the iconic 5050 boot). These closet classics feature an all-over suede front shaft, which is paired with a coordinating stretch suede back for a flawless fit and are the best boot boost for a mini dress and a sleek overcoat.
Stuart Weitzman
Samsonite DK3 Underseater Roller Tote - Charcoal
$279.00 $119.99
Samsonite DK3 Underseater Roller Tote - Charcoal
This versatile roller tote is designed to fit under most airline seats so you can have easy access to your belongings while en route. Retractable, push-button handle locks in fully-extended and stored positions Padded top handle Two-way zip closure Two front zip compartments Four polyurethane inline skate wheels with ball bearings to minimize frictional resistance Large laptop compartment accommodate a screen measuring up to 15.6" 16" W x 15" H x 8" D
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Stuart Weitzman Shopping Tote Large
$1,350.00
Stuart Weitzman Shopping Tote Large
The Shopping Tote Large’s structured silhouette is inspired by the classic Stuart Weitzman shopping bag. Note the knotted leather ties embellished with a single metal cube and oversized leather details finished with our signature square stud and cylinder hardware. The shoulder straps, designed with a slightly longer drop, will fit comfortably over any coat. Carry it everyday and every season; this essential will work with everything in your closet.
Stuart Weitzman