Papell Low Multi Printed High Gown Adrianna Petite amp; Regular Sizes Gray
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A gorgeous floral print blooms across the sweeping high-low silhouette of this striking Adrianna Papell gown, complete with a sheer mesh inset at the neckline.

  • Approx. model measurements: height: 5'10"; bust: 31-1/2"; waist: 24"; hips: 35"
  • Model is wearing is Size 2
  • Hidden back zipper with hook-and-eye closure
  • High-low length
  • V-neckline with mesh inset
  • For the petite customer, styles are tailored to hit and fit at the right places specifically at wrist and ankle and designed to fit and flatter 5'4" and under frame
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: This item arrives with a return tag attached and instructions for removal. Once the tag is removed from the dress, this item cannot be returned.
  • Shell: polyester; lining: acetate
  • Dry clean
  • Imported
  • Web ID: 5905190
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Executive Director, NewCities

Sébastien Turbot is the Executive Director at the NewCities Foundation where he oversees all aspects of the Foundation’s mission, activities, events and outreach.

He has also been the Curator of the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), the leading global event on education organized by the Qatar Foundation. Sébastien was also Editor-in-Chief of TEDxParis and curated content on topics that are shaping our world and future. He also held several senior positions in the Middle East and Central Asia. He cofounded and served as the CEO of Sayara Strategies, a top social communication and public information agency operating in Afghanistan. Sébastien has also been a visiting professor at Sciences Po, one of the most prestigious universities in France.