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Baby Phat Leather Trench Coat

Posted on: November 6, 2007

If you by any chance are attending a high profile hip-hop party in NYC with by-all-means-chic dress code the chances you are picking this trench coat is serious.

And here is why. Baby Phat by Kimora Lee Simmons is known world wide as the premiere female hip-hop brand for almost a decade and Kimora has merged the world of high fashion and hip-hop quite successfully.

She started with a denim collection back in 1998 and produced quite a phenomenon resulting an entire urban luxury movement.

So back to the hip-hop party. If you are really going to one, I’d suggest either knee-high boots like this or these ankle boots.
But if this is not the case you can easily combine them with the famous Tory Burch flat and add a luxury flavor in your everyday life.

The quilted trench coat is available from for $500.00
Babyphat Leather Trench Coat


More about Trench Coats:
* Daily Fix of the Day: Topshop
* Burberry, e.g Coats Heaven
* French Connected … Through Coats

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4 Responses to "Baby Phat Leather Trench Coat"

Love that quilted trench coat. It looks so warm and comfy!

really want this coat but isnt being sold anymore, do you no where else i can find it?

You will find the leather trench coat on Ebay in the next few days. Seller is frilly_lilly.

Hi there,
Do you know where I can buy this coat? I absolutely love it. It looks stunning! I went to the Ebay site and searched for frilly_lilly but I think I’m a few months late. Please let me know anyone!

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