Event starts Wed Apr 20 at 9 AM PT, new sales include NIC+ZOE, Wardrobe Reboot: The Designer Edition, Lilac Maternity, 70% Off: e.vil Casual Clothing, Affinitas Intimates, FRYE, Chaniotakis, Rain-Ready Shoes & Boots feat. Melissa, Saint Laurent Bags & Accessories, Valentino Bags by Mario Valentino, Modern Bags & Backpacks feat. ASH, Bric’s Milano, Tom Ford Sunglasses, Erno Laszlo at MyHabit.
After working as a knitwear designer for more than 20 years, Dorian Lightbown decided to strike out on her own and, in 2005, founded NIC+ZOE, affectionately named after her children, Nicholas and Zoë. The Massachusetts-based label focuses on creating styles comprised of innovative knitwear, sophisticated prints, unique colors and phenomenal fit.
It’s a new season—and time to hit refresh on your wardrobe. Here, a collection of designer pieces that give your closet new life. Find tops, dresses, sweaters, lightweight jackets and more from favorite labels, all in cool, contemporary silhouettes that feel at once timeless and modern (and that will make you excited to get dressed in the morning).
As children, Lilac founders Becca Taylor and Kristy Olsen watched their mother design and construct dance costumes to pay for ballet lessons and start an in-home preschool for the neighborhood. Taylor and Olsen learned to sew, enabling them to make and sell clothing, camping pillows and hair accessories. Inspired by their parents’ tenacity, creativity and ability to recognize the needs of others, the sisters eventually created their own line in 2007 with a goal to help women look and feel beautiful whether or not they are expecting.
In 1999, The Fashion Institute of Techology graduate Aimee David launched her first clothing line, e.vil. More than just a brand, e.vil delivers an outlet for personal expression through unique and original designs. As the dubbed “Queen of E.vil”, David pulls inspiration for her line through subversive imagery and language and she continues to grow as a designer favorite among fans and celebs, alike.
Show off your affinity for stylish intimates that are both sweet and sexy with pieces from Affinitas. Whether you want to let your girly, feminine side shine through or you’re looking to vamp things up with bras and panties made with a woman’s body in mind, the lingerie here is sure to wow.
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.
Footwear label Chaniotakis fashions shoes that embody the “style and culture of walking.” Designed and produced in Greece, their sandals, flats and heels are one-of-a-kind and highlight top-notch materials and expert craftsmanship.
April showers bring May flowers but come sprinkle, come downpour or monsoon—these waterproof boots ensure dry toes no matter what the weather throws at you. You’ll never have to worry about dressing around your old, clunky rain boots again thanks to these pairs that are versatile, functional and stylish.
Begun by the late Algerian-born Yves Saint Laurent and partner Pierre Bergé in 1962, the YSL brand had many sartorial coups over the years and penetrated our collective style subconscious. Yves stayed aboard until 2002, after which YSL was helmed by the likes of Alber Elbaz, Tom Ford, Stefano Pilati and Hedi Slimane, who renamed the ready-to-wear line Saint Laurent Paris. In 2016, Belgium designer Anthony Vaccarello took over as creative director to carry on the storied design house’s vision with his impeccable ability to balance elements of provocative femininity and sharp masculinity in his silhouettes.
The late Naples-based designer Mario Valentino made his mark in Italian fashion with the elegant Coral Sandal—designed in 1954 and still exhibited at the Bally Shoe Museum in Schönenwerd, Switzerland—which graced the cover of French Vogue in 1956. Today the line he founded continues his tradition, offering chic, high-quality handbags and accessories made in Italy.
Sleek and sophisticated. Bold and bright. Edgy and on-trend. The handbag you rock says so much about your style—and it’s your most useful and necessary accessory. Update your look with one from this cool collection, ranging from satchels and cross-bodies in splashy hues, to polished or rebellious-at-heart backpacks. Go ahead and take your favorite accessory to the next level.
Italy is known for incredible leather goods, and Bric’s Milano is no exception. Founded by Mario Briccola, the European label utilizes state-of-the-art materials to craft their timeless travel bags and spinners.
Texas-born Tom Ford got off to an illustrious start in the early 1990s when he worked for Gucci—as womenswear designer, design director and finally as creative director. When Gucci acquired Yves Saint Laurent and YSL Beaute, Ford took over as creative director for those labels as well. After his success with the Gucci Group, Ford struck out on his own and in 2005, launched his eponymous line. Today, the designer’s—and filmmaker’s—successful line includes clothing, accessories, beauty and grooming products for men and women.
Renowned skin doctor Erno Laszlo opened the first Erno Laszlo Institute of Scientific Cosmetology in Budapest in the late 1920s. A decade later he found himself in California, treating Hollywood’s A-list clientele. In 1939 he opened another institute on New York’s famed 5th Avenue and continued servicing famous patrons the world over. His eponymous luxury skin care line is backed by science and technology. Potent formulas are designed to heal, soothe and restore skin to its original beauty.