Launched in 2008, the Paperwhite line caters to modern women who go for everyday style with plenty of personality. Here, find a collection of wearable classics with a twist, featuring fun and sophisticated prints, flattering silhouettes and plenty of rich detail. It’s daily dressing that’s effortlessly stylish.
From Marcia Patmos, of beloved sweater brand Lutz & Patmos, comes the designer’s eponymous line of wardrobe essentials for the modern woman. Incorporating techniques and materials that are socially conscious and eco-friendly, the line offers clothing that is both relevant and comfortable.
When it comes to outerwear that is both fashion-forward and high quality, we turn to Elie Tahari. Choose from styles with feminine ruffle trim, hooded down puffers, belted wrap coats and more. You'll look chic no matter the weather.
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.
"My only hobby is shoes and always has been", says Charles David's founder and CEO, Charles Malka. That passion has made his line of beautiful footwear coveted by shoe-lovers everywhere since its launch in 1967. Fresh, feminine and never fussy, Charles David shoes are perfect for workdays, weekends and everything in between.
If there's one style of shoes that's a must in a woman's wardrobe, it's flats. Not only are they timeless and comfy, but can be worn for both casual and dressy occasions when offered in a variety of designs and fabrications. Shop this wide assortment of slip-on styles for a pair that fits you best.
After making his way to the United States in 1914, Salvatore Ferragamo started designing footwear and quickly made a name for himself amongst the celebrity set during the 1920s. In 1927, he returned to his native Italy and founded his own label. After his death in 1960, his widow took over the company, introducing women's and men's clothing, eyewear, perfume and accessories to the house.
Using her extensive business experience and passion for fashionable costume jewelry, Leslie Danzis launched her eponymous line in 1989, selling her designs door-to-door to boutiques in her native New York City. She finds inspiration on the runways, from trips to Europe and the streets of NYC. Here, a collection that epitomizes her beautifully bold and feminine aesthetic.
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.
Nurturing and loving your hair is easy with this collection of luxury hair products. Give your locks a boost with a root amplifying styling gel. Revive your tresses with an invisible spray dry shampoo. Revitalize your mane with a natural oil deep repair masque. You’ll find everything you need right here to give you the sultry strands that you're striving for.