# Sweet Half .. Harvey Nichols Dubai: a new publication on...

# Sweet Half .. Harvey Nichols Dubai: a new publication on...
# Sweet Half .. Harvey Nichols Dubai: a new publication on...

Add a touch of rejuvenation to your wardrobe with distinctive pieces from Harvey Nichols this month, as the luxury multi-department store offers a wide range of essential pieces to meet everyone’s tastes in conjunction with the holiday season, including the limited edition Jimmy Choo collection designed on the occasion of the 49th UAE National Day.

Featuring classic Bing Stiletto shoes and stylish Mini Paris bags, the collection combines sophistication with a timeless look.

Available in glossy leather and crocodile pattern, Stiletto Bing shoes come in a range of colors from burgundy to emerald, interspersed with pearls and crystals that embrace the ankle. The Mini Paris bags work perfectly with the stiletto, with the crystal buckle studded.

Jimmy Choo teamed up with Emirati designer Yasmine Al Malla to celebrate the launch of this limited-edition collection. Selecting her favorite pieces, Yasmine Al Mulla is preparing to decorate the store with the perfect combination of her distinct style and the brand’s dazzling signature.

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