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Issey Miyake Pleats Please Tie Back Dress

$ 600

Issey Miyake Pleats Please Tie Back Dress. Black finely pleated tank dress with side slits and long halter ties at back. 

• 100% Polyester
• Machine wash cold, do not tumble dry 
• Made in Japan


Size & Fit
• Fits true to size
• Size 3: bust (relaxed) 17”, body length 50”
•Size Guide: 3(S-M), 5(M-L)
• Aria is 5'8", S top, size 4 pant. Model is wearing a 3. 

Continental US
Ground (1-5 Business Days): $10
2-day (2 Business Days): $25
Next Day (1 Business Day): $50
FREE ground shipping for orders $200+

NYC Clients
Pick up in Brooklyn Store: Free
NYC Messenger Service (1–3 Hours): $20

International
Canada (5-7 Business Days): $25
Rest of World (5-10 Business Days): Calculated at Checkout

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Japan Launched in 1989, the Issey Miyake Pleats Please collection is built around a unique production technique where whole garments are pleated after being cut and sewn. All styles combine functionality with form and are made from a lightweight, wrinkle-proof, micro-pleated signature fabric. The brand reflects Issey Miyake's fundamental concept that "design is not for philosophy, but for life," and continues to evolve today.