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The shimmering Alyna dress, awash in gold metallic baby sequins adorning black mesh, is edged with scalloped black lace.
As described on the auction site, the robe is studded with hundreds of rhinestones and accented with countless silver and red sequins.
The final version featured pagodas and flowers made of sequins and rhinestones and Koch's initials (JJK) were hidden among the designs on the back of the gown.
The Black and White Mocha collection is a festive way to ring in 2018, with a stripe of sparkly chocolate sequins to resemble a black tie.
Be as cool as your dog with the lady version of our #eloquiixkatiesturino dog bomber plus human sequin skirt and tee featuring Pants, Toast, and Muppet!
In non-Rihanna fashion news, the Tom Ford show had a literally shining A-List front row complete with Kim Kardashian West wearing a black latex gown and Cindy Crawford in a sleeveless sequin look.
Heavy boots toughened up flirty dresses, a slouchy coat covered a sequin skirt and a mannish boiler suit came in a dusty rose silk.
Piano medleys, sing-alongs, Portland personalities and sequins are at the heart of CoHo Productions’ tribute to television holiday variety specials.
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