Gareth Pugh Tessellated Gold Wallet

New from goth-chic designer Gareth Pugh comes this tessellated gold wallet. A bit of an anomaly for

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New from goth-chic designer Gareth Pugh comes this tessellated gold wallet. A bit of an anomaly for the British fashionisto who is better known for draping layers of black leather and chiffon on top of each other than crafting marketably ostentatious statement pieces like this one, the wallet is nonetheless an impressive accessory. Gold and triangularly-patterned on the outside in trademark Pugh fashion, the wallet is lined in a soft combination of black and cobalt leather and features a myriad of departments for money, cards and coins. Available now over at oki-ni for £250.00 GBP (approximately $414 USD).

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