Rochie din stofă fină gri (44% lână, 52% poliester, 4% elastan), cusături ornamentale. Dublată cu 65% acetat, 35% viscose gri. Se închide la spate cu fermoar lung. Două șlițuri anterioare. Material ușor elastic.
Măsuri: gât - 52, bust - 91, talie - 79, șold - 101, lungime - 100, lungime mânecă - 22. Pe etichetă: I 46 / D40/F42/XL. Echivalare: M.
Brand: Miss Coccapani / Italia.
Despre: ,,1988: The brand “Il Marchese Coccapani”, that take name from the eighteen century villa adjacent to the company that in the past belonged to the noble Coccapani family, has been created.
1993: The top-model Claudia Schiffer has been chosen to feature the brand’s advertising campaign and this year has been the start of a rewarding working relationship with the top-model that has lasted for almost seven years, during which advertising campaigns with important photographers such as Helmut Newton, André Rau and Michelangelo Di Battista have been shot.
1997: The brand makes its debut on the catwalk of the Milan Fashion Week and very famous models and actresses such as Eva Herzigova, Claudia Schiffer, Adriana Sklenarikova, Megan Gale, Sabrina Ferilli and others have been guest star of the brand.
2002: This year has marks an important turning point for the brand’s history: the company has decided to give it new impulse , heavily modifying the style of the collections and giving them a much stronger and fashion taste. The brand becomes simply “Coccapani”. The S/S 2003 collection has been designed by the young fashion designer Riccardo Tisci, the campaign has been shot by Steven Klein with the Italian model Maria Carla and the success has been immediate especially in the European, Russian and Japanese market.
2005: Start of the new line “Coccapani Trend”, a total-look collection with a casual chic spirit, for a woman that wants to be fashion but not fashion victim and that looks for a typical Italian design and for the quality of a product Made in Italy
2013: The brand has 25 years of history in the world of fashion and over 600 customers between Italy, Europe, Middle and Far East." (HISTORY – Coccapani (ilmarchesecoccapani.it))