Balenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Vintage Lambskin
Balenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Vintage LambskinBalenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Vintage LambskinBalenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Vintage LambskinBalenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Vintage LambskinBalenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Vintage LambskinBalenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Vintage LambskinBalenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Vintage LambskinBalenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Vintage Lambskin

Balenciaga Giant 12 Silver City in Gris Aluminum Leather

$2,395.00

1 in stock

Product Description

Finish your look on an iconic note with the ‘City’ tote from Balenciaga. ‘Giant’ palladium-plated studs decorate this statement handbag for the covetable results we love. 

  • Hand stitched handles
  • Removable shoulder strap
  • Top zip closure
  • Palladium plated metal hardware
  • Front zip pocket
  • Interior zip pocket with Balenciaga embossed leather label
  • Double phone compartment inside
  • Leather framed mirror
  • Soft crafted vintage lambskin leather
  • Black cotton canvas lining
  • Made in Italy
  • Retail Price: SGD 2,590.00
  • Shop Luxuria Price: SGD 2,395.00

Additional Information

Dimensions 34 x 24 x 6 cm
Designer

Cristobal Balenciaga started his couture house back in 1918, influencing the next century of fashion with his dramatic, sculptural silhouettes. The line, dormant for nearly 30 years, stepped into the ready-to-wear arena in the nineties, reproducing classic looks for a minimalism-obsessed fashion world. In 1997, Nicolas Ghesquière was named creative director. Under his influence, the fashion house became a bellwether in the industry, influencing trends at all levels of the market. In addition to revitalizing the namesake collection, Ghesquière oversaw the creation of the Edition line, which features reissued couture classics, and the Capsule collection of runway-inspired pieces. In November 2012, the brand announced that it was parting ways with Nicolas Ghesquière and named Alexander Wang as the new creative director.

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