Mansur Gavriel Fall/Winter 17/18 Collection Now Available at Colette

Mansur Gavriel released the Fall/Winter 17/18 collection on September 10th and it sold out but now the collection is available at Colette.

Mansur Gavriel released the Fall/Winter 17/18 collection on September 10th and it sold out quickly. Now, however, the collection is available for purchase Colette.

The collection was shown at New York Fashion Week on September 10th and was released online the next day on both Mansurgavriel.com and Net-A-Porter. Products began selling out on both websites. For example, the Wool Oversized Coat in Rosa seems to be the most popular item from the collection and that sold out the day it was released.

It was also released in some stores but it is currently not know whether the collection began selling in stores or not.

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There are some products that are still available but the most popular items like the wool coat and some Bucket Bags have sold out. The collection, however, is now available at Colette.

Mansur Gavriel posted a photo (below) on Instagram saying, “MANSUR GAVRIEL @colette.”

MANSUR GAVRIEL @colette 💙

A post shared by Mansur Gavriel (@mansurgavriel) on

Mansur Gavriel announced plans to release a ready to wear collection earlier this year in January although the brand didn’t specifically say when it would be released or where it would be available.

Colette also announced plans to close in December earlier this year in July. Although, the brand said it will continue to release new products until the store closes. So, even though the collection is available at the store, you will probably have to buy items online afterwards.

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