Live Bid! Exclusive Kimono from Naulover's Summer 2018 Collection
Gorgeous golden silk knit Kimono—a unique piece directly from the Naulover catwalk of the recent 080 Barcelona Fashion Week, Summer 2018 collection.
Created in 1957 by José Noguera Muñoz, the Naulover brand has always focused its collections on high quality, innovation, design and perfection to satisfy the customer.
Unique piece from the runway, size M-L.
Maravilloso kimono Naulover de punto en hilo de seda dorado que desfiló durante la última 080 Barcelona Fashion Week / Colección Verano 2018.
Creado en 1957 por José Noguera Muñoz, la marca Naulover desde siempre pone al centro de sus colecciones la alta calidad, la innovación, el design y la perfección en la satisfacción del cliente.
Pieza única de la pasarela, talla única M-L.
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