London, South Kensington
5 September 2000
FIVE PULLOVERS, OF DIAPHANOUS NYLON IN TANGERINE AND BLACK WITH THE COURRèGES LOGO AT THE NECK, LABELLED COURRÈGES PARIS, IN ORIGINAL PACKAGING; A BLACK AND SILVER TWINSET, LABELLED AS ABOVE; FIVE KNITTED TOPS IN BLUE, PINK AND BEIGE AND WHITE STRIPES, LABELLED AS ABOVE; FIVE PAIRS OF TROUSERS IN PINK, BLACK, WHITE AND LEMON, LABELLED AS ABOVE; AND A PINK WOOLLEN JACKET REVERSING TO PINK AND WHITE CHECK, LABELLED AS ABOVE, ALL UNUSED
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