EVENT STARTS FRI MAR 18 AT 9 AM PT, new sales include Eugenia Kim, Ash, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Designer Eyewear feat. Saint Laurent, Argento Vivo & Dolce Vetra Jewelry, Under $100: Melissa Masse Dresses, Torn by Ronny Kobo, Denim by Dittos & Driftwood, Sweaters & Tops & Jackets feat. LNA, Luxurious Intimates feat. La Perla, Versace, bliss at MYHABIT.
Who would have thought a bad haircut could result in a highly successful accessory brand with worldwide recognition? In 1998, after a bad cut, Eugenia Kim created a feathered cloche which was noticed by several high-end boutiques and stores in New York City. Soon after the Eugenia Kim line was born. What started as a millinery collection grew to include scarves, gloves and other accessories. Unique details, bold colors and high-quality materials are the signature elements that define each and every piece.
Founded in 2000 by Leonello Calvani and Patrick Ithier, Ash quickly became known for an edgy aesthetic. Rooted in a background of French luxury design paired with Italian leathers and craftsmanship, Ash shoes are for the fashion-conscious who set trends, but never follow them. Contemporary, fashion-forward, glamour and originality. This brand always makes a statement.
Marc Jacobs was born in New York City in 1963. A graduate of the Parsons School of Design, Marc Jacobs’ original collections were based on simple concepts: a love for fashion and a commitment to quality. Those same principles remain the cornerstones of Marc Jacobs designs today. Marc Jacobs’ collections now include women’s , men’s and kids clothing, shoes, fragrance, eyewear, watches and home accessories.
They say the eyes are the windows of the soul. What better way to frame them than with a pair of designer eyewear from this chic collection? From sleek and modern silhouettes to options with a funky and retro flair, you’re sure to find just the pair to fit your personal style.
Sparkles abound on this collection of delicate accessories. With plenty of options to fill your jewelry box—studs, post earrings, pendant necklaces and stone rings—you’ll reach for these high-shine pieces day in and day out.
After designing for Donna Karan and Richard Tyler, Melissa Masse launched her own line of custom-made clothing for everyday wear, offering well-made, well-fitting designs. The popularity of her Los Angeles-based boutique spawned a ready-to-wear line featuring flattering, easy-to-wear dresses and separates with a focus on vivid hues and bold prints.
Focusing on sophisticated designs that celebrate individuality and bold style choices, Torn by Ronny Kobo is a go-to label for flattering statement pieces that are current, tasteful and fun. A student of cultural anthropology with an international upbringing spanning Tel Aviv, Hong Kong, London, Paris and New York, Ronny Kobo started her collection with a line of dresses and has since expanded into distinctive knitwear and separates that are both figure-flattering and versatile.
Whether you’re heading to drinks with the girls or running errands on the weekends, denim is a style staple that can work for (almost) any occasion. Here, find a collection of versatile options that can fit seamlessly into any closet. A great pair of skinny jeans with heels and a silk top. Your favorite LBD with a jean jacket and knee-high boots. No matter what you choose put it with, this timeless classic is always on-trend.
Strike a casual pose with these comfortable separates that are as cozy as they are stylish. From designers we love like Nation, LNA and more, these sweaters, tops jackets and more sport a relaxed flair that’s no slouch in the style department. Whether you’re Netflix and chilling or rocking that Casual Friday wear, this collection of favorites has you covered.
Investing in new lingerie makes you look and feel sexier and more confident whether you’re slipping into your outfit or slipping out of it. A lacy bra. A silky chemise. A jersey knit dressing gown. These pieces are just what your after-hours wardrobe needs.
Italian label Versace is synonymous with glamour. The storied company was founded in Milan in 1978 by Gianni Versace, and was immediately embraced as one of the world’s foremost fashion houses. Today, with Donatella Versace, sister of Gianni, at the creative helm, Versace continues to design the exquisite pieces for which it was initially lauded more than three decades ago.
In 1996, bliss opened its first spa in New York City with a new approach: To pamper their clients while delivering treatments that give real results. Their expert technicians from around the world have mastered state-of-the-art services. But if you aren’t lucky enough to visit a bliss spa, their line of superior products lets you re-create the treatments in your own home.