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Uncompromising aesthetics: Bag by Armani Jeans

18:27, April 29

 Armani Jeans (AJ) - is a casual brand which is “the youngest child” of fashion designer Giorgio Armani. A  bridge-line collection of denim-related clothing was created in 1981,

AJ differs by affordable prices, but the quality of materials – silk, cotton, cashmere – is not inferior to the brand Giorgio Armani, because the philosophy of the fashion house is top quality of performance and uncompromising aesthetics. Clothing of this brand is designed for outdoor activities, trips to the countryside and travelings. The brand has its logo - a combination of white eagle and AJ letters.

Caring for the convenience of its customers, and following current trends, Giorgio Armani has created a stylish, three-dimensional, patent bag from eco-leather. Roomy “tout" is an ideal option for casual outfit. Its simple design and high volume make this model very practical for everyday wear. The bag is made in black, blue, blue, gray and yellow colors.  It will become your trusted "girlfriend" for every day. 

height: 27 cm
width: 39 cm
handle: 15.5 cm
depth: 11.5 cm

You can buy this bag clicking on a photo

You can buy this bag clicking on a photo

You can buy this bag clicking on a photo

You can buy this bag clicking on a photo

You can buy this bag clicking on a photo

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