EVENT STARTS FRI JUN 5 AT 9 AM PT, new sales include Pretty Pumps: High & Low, Christian Louboutin, Alexander McQueen Handbags, Longchamp, French Connection, Brands to Know: Kay Celine & Jaye.e & More, Adidas Beach Swimwear, Byron Lars, New Markdowns: Eva Franco Dresses, RED Valentino & More, Stand Out Style: Scarves feat. Elizabeth Gillett, Archive: CHANEL Jewelry, New Arrivals: Kenneth Jay Lane Watches, Michael Kors Sunglasses at MYHABIT.
Give your look an extra lift. We adore heels as much as you do and this collection showcases a wide array of pumps and sandals ranging from sleek and simple to bright and bold. With something for every taste, we can all walk a little taller.
Since introducing his namesake collection in 1991, French designer Christian Louboutin’s powerful, feminine shoes have been coveted by stylish women the world over. In addition to their undeniably sexy aesthetic, Louboutins are instantly recognizable for their vibrant red-lacquered soles.
Launched in 1992 by the late designer Lee Alexander McQueen, this English fashion house gained a reputation for its dramatic, unconventional creations that combine elements of French couture with British tailoring. In the years since its founding, the award-winning label has added menswear, shoes, accessories and fragrances, and, in 2006, introduced a diffusion line called McQ. Since McQueen’s death in 2010, designer Sarah Burton has taken over as the house’s Creative Director, gaining acclaim for her singular vision and commitment to upholding McQueen’s aesthetic.
Founded in Paris in 1948 by Jean Cassegrain, French luxury house Longchamp thrives today with an international reputation for quality craftsmanship. Starting with luggage, the label now includes shoes, bags, clothing and more. Longchamp’s flair for the French aesthetic can be seen in each design and promises to add a bit of luxury to your everyday style.
Founded in 1972 by Stephen Marks, French Connection is known for its quirky spin on classic design, offering clothing with a unique sensibility created from high-quality materials. In addition to clothing, French Connection also offers beauty and grooming products, sun and eyeglasses, watches and shoes.
Some clothing labels are household names and some are more like well-kept secrets of the effortlessly chic. Well, it’s time for you to get in the know. Here, find printed tops and pants. Draped tanks and kimono jackets. Breezy dresses and tunics. All cool, easy staples in modern silhouettes from some of our favorite brands.
If you plan on having an active summer by the water, then you’ll love this collection of comfortable and sporty swimwear from adidas. It’s loaded with separates and one-pieces that feature racer-backs, cut-out accents and stylish strap details—just to name a few. With all of these fashionable options at these great prices, you can easily find your perfect swimsuit just in time for the season.
When it comes to sharp, feminine pieces with attitude, Byron Lars always delivers. Since 1991, the designer has been redefining edgy fashion by combining unexpected silhouettes, textiles and trim for a look that’s at once familiar and completely fresh.
Los Angeles-based Eva Franco is committed to delivering classic and sophisticated silhouettes. And this assortment of dresses definitely delivers. From flirty fit-and-flares to summer-ready maxi styles, these flattering designs are effortlessly chic and modern.
When it comes to shopping, there are few things more exhilarating than finding the perfect thing at a price you can’t pass up. Here, find a collection of styles from brands we know you love (at prices you’ll love even more).
Drawing inspiration from a missing scarf and her artist grandmother, designer and founder Elizabeth Gillett’s scarves celebrate prints, handmade fabrics, unexpected textures and metallic accents. Throw one on for the ultimate outfit-maker this season.
Iconic, timeless, elegant: Just a few of the words that come to mind when we think of CHANEL. Here, a rare collection of exquisite pieces that embody the storied label’s tradition of sophisticated luxury.
According to Kenneth Jay Lane, “Elegance, luxury, and good taste never go out of style.” Getting his start as a shoe designer for Delman and Christian Dior, Kenneth Jay Lane started his eponymous line in 1963. Quickly, his glamorous designs were being snapped up by celebrities, first ladies and even royalty, proving that costume jewelry can be just as important as “the real thing.” Today, his iconic designs are still being sought after and collected, with some of his vintage pieces being auctioned at Christies and Sotheby’s.
Michael Kors started his eponymous label in 1981, not long after his graduation from the Fashion Institute of Technology. His luxurious take on classic American fashion garnered him attention, leading to a position as designer, then creative director, at Celine. Since winning the CFDA Award for Designer of the Year in 1999, Kors has launched an accessories line, a men’s collection and a sportswear line.