Event starts Sat Apr 30 at 9 AM PT, new sales include Kenneth Cole REACTION, Statement Shoes: Designer Picks, Nanette Lepore Swimwear, NORTH ELEVEN Spring Wraps & Ponchos, $14 & Up: Sleepwear & Robes, $9 & Up: Lingerie, Saint Laurent Sunglasses at MyHabit.
The year was 1982 and Kenneth Cole was broke. He obtained a film permit for a fictitious production that allowed him to park a giant truck in New York and sell shoes. After selling 40,000 pairs in two days, a legitimate company was born. Now, the designer label encompasses three lines and is celebrated worldwide for its classic silhouettes and elegant tailoring.
Get your kicks this season with stunning heels, boots and more that are prepped to pep up every woman's collection. These statement-making shoes from big name designers add a new layer of stand-out style to any look thanks to runway-ready details and luxe materials.
Since 1992, Nanette Lepore's fun, flirty designs have been a favorite of the fashion crowd thanks to winning details like can't-miss prints and figure-flattering fits. Born in Youngstown, Ohio, Nanette married painter Robert Savage and headed east to New York City. With a small loan and a lot of talent and tenacity, she launched her own label inspired by her artsy bohemian childhood and passion for a good party. Today, her international brand includes not only women's apparel, but also swimwear, accessories and homeware.
Staying warm and making a fashion statement are not mutually exclusive. With this collection from NORTH ELEVEN, personalizing your spring style is as easy as adding a colorful wrap or a trendy poncho. Here, an array of super soft knit options to keep you cozy and looking cool all season long.
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).
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 pretty pieces from brands we know you love (at prices you'll love even more).
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.