Brunello Cucinelli Raincoats & Trenchcoats For Women
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Beige Brunello Cucinelli suede trench coat with mandarin collar, dual seam pockets at waist, vent at back and concealed button and snap closures at front.
Brunello Cucinelli's silk-infused trench coat is crafted from glossy taffeta, making it an elevated version of the iconic topper. A shorter hem keeps it modern while the pointed collar is a smart touch that anchors the impact of the contrast belt. 74% Polyester, 26% Silk
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Taupe knee-length trench coat with notched-lapel, long sleeves, four pockets, elasticized feature at back waist and snap closure at front.
Brunello Cucinelli taffeta trench coat with metallic lining and signature monili trim. Approx. 45"L from shoulder to hem. Funnel collar; hidden-snap front. Long sleeves. Side flap pockets. Back rain shield. Regular fit. Knee-length. Polyester/cotton. Made in Italy.
Brunello Cucinelli's trench coat is perfect for transitioning through the seasons. Complete with storm flaps, it's made from mid-weight cotton and ramie-blend gabardine and has a sleeveless silhouette - a combination that will keep you comfortable on days that are too warm for a heavy jacket and too cool for just a sweater. Use the detachable chain-trimmed belt to cinch the loose shape.
Overview Reimagining everyday outerwear with Italian flair in time for the new season, this sleeveless gilet from Brunello Cucinelli pays homage to the classic trench with a refined double-breasted button fastening and smart spread collar. Controlled with a belted waist lovingly decorated with the designer's coveted bead embellishment, play with proportions and off-set the structured silhouette with a fluid maxi skirt. Belted waist with bead embellishment Sleeveless Slant pockets to hips Double-breasted button fastening Spread collar 58% cotton, 42% ramie Dry clean Model is 178cma UK 8 and wears an IT 40 Made in Italy
Brunello Cucinelli velvet trench coat. Notched collar. Long sleeves; tab cuffs. Self-tie belt. Side flap pockets. Rain-flap detail. Knee-length. Cotton/viscose/spandex. Trim, acrylic/silk. Made in Italy.
Overview Accented with trench coat detailing including a gun flap, double-breasted button fastening and belted waist, this longline gilet from Brunello Cucinelli lends a unique and luxurious finishing touch to your look. Rendered in brushed suede and topped with a point collar, the sleeveless style layers perfectly over a smart shirt and pair of the label's wide leg trousers. Long gilet with point collar Button fastening Sleeveless Slant pockets to hips Double-breasted front; Gun flap Belted waist Pure leather Specialist dry clean Model is 178cma UK 8 and wears a UK 8 Made in Italy
Overview Nodding to the military-inspired trend of the season, this Brunello Cucinelli trench coat offers traditional tailoring with a contemporary update. Exquisitely crafted from the finest silk-blend, it's characterised with tortoiseshell buttons and a waist-clinching belt to show off your feminine figure. Longline trench coat Notched lapels Long sleeves Slant pockets to hips Tortoiseshell button fastening Detachable waist belt 73% polyester, 26% silk Dry clean Model is 178cma UK 8 and wears a UK 8 Made in Italy
Exquisite detailing offsets the sleek aesthetic of Brunello Cucinelli's spice-brown cotton-gabardine trench coat. Tailored in Italy to a double-breasted silhouette, it's shaped with a point collar and a back storm flap to create a classic silhouette, and embellished with signature dark-grey monili beads on the raw-edged belt. Style it in the city over a sweater and tailored trousers.
Reinvented trench coat in a sleeveless cut. Notch lapels. Sleeveless. Double-breasted button closure. Belted waist. Side seam pockets. About 45" from shoulder to hem. Cotton. Dry clean. Made in Italy. Model shown is 5'10" (177cm) wearing US size 4.
Long taffeta trench coat in zip-front style. Attached hood. Long sleeves. Zip-front. About 40" from shoulder to hem. Polyester/silk. Dry clean. Made in Italy. Model shown is 5'10" (177cm) wearing US size 4. .