EVENT STARTS MON APR 20 AT 9 AM PT, new sales include Torn by Ronny Kobo, Cosabella, New Arrivals: DL 1961, The World of Rick Owens, Laundry By Shelli Segal Spring Outerwear, Dress Code: Black Tie Gala & Cocktail Party & Afternoon Soirée, Gucci Handbags, MICHAEL Michael Kors, La Diva Handbags, N.Y.L.A. Shoes, Donald J Pliner, La Mer Collections, Sparkling Sage Jewelry, Spring Makeover feat. Christian Dior at MYHABIT.
Focusing on sophisticated designs that celebrate individuality and bold style choices, Torn by Ronny Kobo is a go-to label for flattering statement pieces that are current, tasteful and fun. A student of cultural anthropology with an international upbringing spanning Tel Aviv, Hong Kong, London, Paris and New York, Ronny Kobo started her collection with a line of dresses and has since expanded into distinctive knitwear and separates that are both figure-flattering and versatile.
Famous for its use of vibrant and playful colors, Cosabella has been crafting beautiful lingerie for over twenty years. Made in Italy, these luxurious items set the standard for intimates. This collection includes chemises, bras and panties. Featuring gorgeous lace, small bow details and delicate fabrics, each piece epitomizes femininity.
Dress them up. Dress them down. Wear them to work or on the weekend. Really, you can’t have too many pairs of jeans in your wardrobe. Here, a selection of denim featuring a variety of cuts, colors, washes and finishes—and a couple of jackets and tops too.
Since 1994, California-born Rick Owens has been dazzling the fashion world with his avant-garde take on classically grunge and Goth silhouettes. After a few years of cult success in Los Angeles, Owens left the West Coast for Paris to further develop his dark aesthetic. Aside from his eponymous collection, Owens also produces the casual diffusion line Lilies, a minimalist range of furniture, and DRKSHDW, a rock’n’roll-infused denim line. Hallmarks of the designer’s work include abstract prints, draping, and asymmetry.
We all know Mother Nature is a fickle gal, giving us warmth and sunshine followed by chill and drizzle. Here, an array of jackets and coats from Laundry By Shelli Segal that keep you covered through the transitional spring weather. Find zip-up styles, quilted designs and water-resistant options, all perfect lightweight toppers for the season.
When the invitation says “black tie,” it’s time to pull out all the stops. An updo. New shoes. And a fabulous, floor-skimming gown. Whether you’re attending a wedding or an elegant soirée, you’ll find something for every occasion in this collection of evening gowns. Vibrant hues like amethyst and coral make stylish statements. Bold blacks offer timeless appeal and endless versatility. And sequins, beads and embellished designs give you just the right amount of glam.
What to wear to a cocktail party? Why, a cocktail dress, of course. Ever since Christian Dior coined the term in the 1940s, every well-appointed woman has kept a cache of them in her closet. It’s time to add to your collection. Here, find an array of sexy, sophisticated, sure-to-turn-heads options. Choose from sparkling sequins, romantic lace, and shoulder-bearing silhouettes—then just add heels and you’re ready for a glamorous night.
Bridal and baby showers, brunches and garden parties—this time of year afternoon occasions pop up faster than crocuses on a warm day. Shop this collection of dresses and keep your wardrobe well-stocked with pretty and appropriate options. The feminine floral prints, ladylike fit-and-flares and breezy high-low dresses here make you a style stand-out at any gathering.
In 1950, Jean Goldberg opened a custom tailor shop on Rue Paradis in Nice, France. By 1958, the small shop was making custom tuxedos for Hollywood stars attending the annual Cannes Film Festival. In 1961, Goldberg’s son took over the business and renamed it, Façonnable, a variation of the word “Façonner,” which means “to create.” The company expanded throughout the 1970s and 1980s in Europe and the US and, in 1995, added its first women’s clothing and accessories lines. Today, the label continues to create tailored, sophisticated styles for men and women.
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.
There is no one right bag for every occasion. Like our activities, a woman’s bag collection requires versatility—a hobo for weekend outings, a cross-body for running errands and a roomy tote or satchel for work. This collection of handbags encompasses looks for every moment.
When the weather heats up, we turn to shoes that offer easy comfort and effortless style. This collection offers some of the best, with perforated sneakers, lace-up gladiators, walkable wedges and more. Just add shorts or a sundress and enjoy each step of spring.
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.
Since 2001, La Mer Collections has been designing and crafting watches that will rival your prettiest bracelets. Inspired by the travels of the designer Martine Ilana, these designs boast bright colors, jeweled embellishments and top-quality wrap-style leather straps that are always made in the USA.
Glitzy, glamorous and boho-inspired best describes this collection from Sparkling Sage. Crafting beautiful and unique jewelry for over ten years, their designs mix worldwide inspiration with American edge, resulting in pieces that truly take center stage.
There are few things more satisfying than treating ourselves to new beauty products, especially when they’re from luxurious, iconic brands we’ve always wanted to try. Here, find cosmetics, fragrance and more to make you feel pampered. The trick will be stopping yourself from buying everything you see.