EVENT STARTS FRI OCT 10 AT 9 AM PT, new sales include Les Copains, New Arrivals: DA-NANG & More, JB by Julie Brown Dresses, Gareth Pugh, Sea, Halston Heritage, Cold Weather Accessories feat. Qi Cashmere, London Fog Handbags, Made in Italy: Nada Sawaya Handbags, Donald J Pliner, Designer Boots & Booties, The Latest: Versus by Versace Watches, Fallon Jewelry by Dana Lorenz, Vincent Longo Cosmetics at MYHABIT.
Since the 1950s, Les Copains has been a leader in luxury knitwear. Embracing a sophisticated “Made in Italy” aesthetic, the label’s main collection combines uncompromising quality with exceptional tailoring and feminine details.
Founded in 2003 by Albert Dahan and Dov Haddad, DA-NANG has made it their mission to make comfortable and beautiful leisure wear. Debuting with a kids’ clothing collection that featured military-inspired cuts and colorful embroideries, over the years, DA-NANG has continued to offer designs with this combination while expanding their line to include women’s clothing with color-saturated prints, lace details and new takes on designer camouflage pants. While French colonialism in Vietnam may seem like an unlikely origin for a clothing brand, the city of Da-nang’s culture clash is the inspiration behind this label and its “surplus Indochine.”
With an eye for colors and prints, Julie Brown designs simple, vibrant and sexy styles. Including silhouettes from ultra-flattering wrap dresses to colorblocked shifts, this line is both classic and fresh.
Gareth Pugh’s cutting edge designs have been a consistent hit on the catwalk since his debut at a group exhibition at London Fashion Week in 2005. However, it wasn’t until Rick Owens and Michele Lamy invested in the young up-and-comer’s work that his looks became available for purchase. The English-born designer redefines modern luxury with his sculptural approach to design and his signature experimental forms and volume.
Designed in New York City by a pair of lifelong friends, Sea offers an array of easy, feminine pieces with a fun vibe. From star-pattern sweaters and shirtdresses to printed jumpsuits and lace-trimmed rompers, this collection showcases the line’s breezy, everyday style.
Once dubbed “the premier fashion designer in America” by Newsweek, Halston began in the 1960s and spent each decade evolving in style yet retaining timeless glamour. Innovation and reinvention became the hallmark of the label, and this collection of scarves from Halston Heritage illustrates that very tradition.
As the air gets colder, be sure to start bundling up. The scarves, hats and gloves here will keep you warm as well as adding the finishing touch to your look. Choose a solid scarf for a sophisticated style. Wear a printed knit cap for a fun, seasonal look. And be sure to grab a pair of leather gloves so you can stay warm while keeping your sleek look complete.
Whether you’re wearing the archetypal trench or a quilted overcoat, these structured satchels, totes and dome bags are perfectly in line with your classic sensibilities. Take the versatile style to the office, run errands with ease, and slip into the night with elegance and grace. Each is roomy and organized, so you can keep as many tricks in your bag as your day requires.
After beginning her career studying gemology, creating jewelry, and then running a retail store, Beirut-born designer Nada Sawaya moved to New York and created her own line of handbags. Here, a selection from her eponymous label of impeccably crafted bags in sleek, effortless shapes fused with lush, tactile elements.
According to designer Donald J Pliner, “When the feet are uncomfortable, so is the mind, so is the body, so is the soul.” Such is the ethos behind his collection of everyday footwear, which reliably offers sumptuously crafted shoes that are luxurious yet comfortable enough for every day.
Looking for your next favorite pair of boots for fall? Considering the many options in this collection, you’re likely to end up with more than one. From flats to heels to classic riding silhouettes to ankle designs, there’s a boot here to fit every fall outfit and every mood.
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. Here, a selection of watches from the Versus line.
Featured in Vogue for her first collection of 2005, jewelry designer Dana Lorenz shot to fame—as her jewelry rose to cult status. She and her Fallon line continue to grow, while also racking up accolades from the CFDA, and features on numerous runways.
Since 1995, Vincent Longo Cosmetics has been a beauty go-to, known for their vibrant color palettes and high-performance formulas. Confident women world-wide enjoy this high-end brand for both regular use and professional use for a look that’s always straight-off-the-runway hot. This collection features an assortment of eye shadows, lip colors, pencils and more—everything you need to create a look that’s all your own.