EVENT STARTS WED JUL 29 AT 9 AM PT, new sales include 9-to-5 Style: Handbags & More feat. LODIS, Stella McCartney, Adrienne Vittadini, Tod’s, Talia, Jil Sander, Transitional Styles feat. Michael Stars, Sangria Dresses, Chetta B Dresses & More, Nanette Lepore Swimwear, Be Up Activewear, New Arrivals: Natori & Josie Natori Sleepwear, Goldtone & Floral Jewelry feat. Jardin, Juinsix Jewelry, Laura Mercier, Kevyn Aucoin & More at MYHABIT.
When you’re heading for the office, ditch the basic briefcase in favor of these fashionably functional bags. Roomy, sturdy and smart, they'll haul everything—in style. With plenty of pockets and room for everything from electronic devises to a pair of flats, there’s an option here to make your commute (and your work day) a little easier.
Stella McCartney is a favorite among A-listers and starlets, so it's hardly a surprise the label's handbags have that same It-Girl chic factor as its clothing. Mixing classic chic with a bit of punk, this collection of features cool options that promise to make a lasting style impression. (Paparazzi optional.)
Timeless style: Few brands embrace this idea like Adrienne Vittadini. Launched in 1979 with an innovative line of knitwear, the brand has been synonymous with an elegant, all-American aesthetic that goes beyond passing trends. In addition to clothing, Adrienne Vittadini also offers everything from footwear to cosmetics.
In the late 1920s, Dorino Della Valle began his shoemaking business in Italy. Now helmed by his eldest son Diego Della Valle, the renowned leather goods company has become an international brand synonymous with luxurious products, first class design and classic sartorial essentials including the iconic driving shoe.
Basic tops and tees take on a modern update with this collection from Talia. In a soft knit construction, these pieces feature modern silhouettes including draped detailing, cascading shawl collars, and unexpected but subtle details like chiffon panels.
Once called the "Queen of Less," Jil Sander launched her namesake label in 1973. The minimalist German designer became well-known for her label's streamlined cuts, embellishment-free knits and monochromatic color palettes.
Clothing that feels as good as it looks? Yes, please. This collection is full of separates in super soft knits and contemporary silhouettes. Tees and tanks perfect for layering. Sporty pants to dress up or down. Comfortable maxi skirts. It’s all the cool, easy staples that belong in your closet.
With dresses that will take you from wedding to office to night-on-the-town in the blink of an eye, Sangria's sheaths, cocktail frocks, gowns and more are just the versatile injection of class your closet has been thirsting for. With bold prints, vibrant colors and flattering silhouettes, these numbers will stop traffic.
Modern and sophisticated dresses from Chetta B are perfect for the office, but transition elegantly to dinner and drinks with the girls. A favorite of celebs like Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, these dresses are bright and stylish additions to your closet.
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.
Confident activewear from Be Up is just the addition you've been looking for in your gym clothes rotation. Infused with unparalleled functionality, the brand's clothes are a reminder that your workout can be a graceful and spiritual part of your lifestyle.
After leaving her position as the first female Vice President of investment banking at Merrill Lynch, Josie Natori decided it was time to start something new. Interested in creating sophisticated lingerie, she turned an embroidered tunic from her native Philippines into a sleepshirt and was off and running. Though her eponymous fashion house started with lingerie, the line now includes ready-to-wear pieces, home goods, fragrance and eyewear.
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.
Jewelry is the icing on the cake—it should look decadent. This collection of beautiful baubles from Juinsix Jewelry features pieces with stand-out stones like aquamarine, amethyst, emerald and citrine, set in sterling silver and shades of gold. With so many scrumptious pieces to choose from, it’s okay to treat yourself to more than one.
It's always a good time to update your makeup collection with some fresh colors—no special occasion needed. Change up your look with a palette of bright shadows to accentuate your eyes. Grab a new set of brushes for a perfect application every time. Choose a sheer foundation for a natural glow. Whether you go subtle or vibrant, we've got everything you need right here in brands you love.