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There’s something so appealing and distinctive about the kaftan, which traces its roots back to ancient Mesopotamia around 600 B.C. Today, it is worn by various cultures from East to West for different purposes, whether as a symbol of royalty, marriage or simply for fashion. After all, Vogue magazine editor, Diana Vreeland, once declared the kaftan as “fashionable for the beautiful people.” Elizabeth Taylor, too, had a fond appreciation of the loose garment, opting to wear it at her wedding to Richard Burton in 1975.

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Emilio Pucci

Embroidered silk-cady kaftan

$3,545.00 USD

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