EVENT STARTS TUE MAR 22 AT 4 PM PT, new sales include Burberry, DKNY Handbags, Loeffler Randall, FRYE, Cynthia Rowley, Tahari by ASL Suiting at MYHABIT.
No one does classic style quite like Burberry. Founded in 1856, the British fashion house, known for its trench coats and signature plaid, offers clothing and accessories with clean, sophisticated lines and silhouettes that feel at once timeless and modern.
Inspired by her daughter, Gabby, Donna Karan founded DKNY to create designs with a youthful, eclectic attitude. Here, a collection of colorful and classic bags featuring clever details and eye-catching embellishments that perfectly encapsulate the brand’s fun aesthetic.
Launched in 2005, Loeffler Randall was born out of designer Jessie Randall’s quest for well-made shoes that possessed an understated elegance and undeniable femininity. Winner of the 2007 CFDA Swarovski Award for Accessory Design in 2007, the line has expanded into handbags and apparel and has become a favorite with fashion influencers the world over.
In March 1863, John A. Frye opened the first FRYE shop in Marlboro, Massachusetts. Today, FRYE is the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States, crafting its signature boots, as well as other shoe silhouettes, handbags and accessories with quality materials and exceptional attention to detail. The brand’s designs—which stay true to its vintage American roots—feature rich, beautiful leathers and distinctive, iconic hardware.
Season after season lifestyle brand Cynthia Rowley continues to impress with its top-notch clothing and accessories collections. Rowley came from an artistic family, but after college shifted gears from painting to fashion. She launched her first capsule collection in 1988 and since then, has gone on to win major industry awards. Her designs are modern, adventurous in spirit and elegant in feel.
Designer Elie Tahari, who grew up in an Israeli orphanage and famously made his way to New York City with less than $100 in his pocket, began his first line with flirty dance dresses in the ’70s and decade-defining tailored suits in the ’80s. Today, Tahari continues to evolve and delight women with opulent fabrics, subtle textures and unexpected details, offering a modern sophistication. And staying true to his belief that “clothing should be quieter than the women so that her true beauty can shine through.”