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F/W 2009 Christian Dior by John Galliano Haute Couture 1960's Style Purple Coat

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**THANK YOU FOR SHOPPING WITH MES DEUX FILLES** DESIGNER: F/W 2009 Christian Dior by John Galliano Haute Couture- shorter version shown on the runway CONDITION: Excellent- pristine! FABRIC: Wool blend lined in silk COUNTRY MADE: France SIZE: None MEASUREMENTS; provided as a courtesy, not a guarantee of fit: Chest: 40", Waist: 38", Swing: 42" across, Length: 41.5", Shoulder to shoulder: 17", Arms from shoulder to end: 23"
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