This new contemporary label, launched by Pencey designer Kate Wendelborn, is on the top of our list for Fall. By re-imagining the men's shirt in a feminine way, Wendelborn has given life to a collection of Alexander Wang meets Comme des Garcons style shirting. Her aim, in her words: "modernizing a classic style and still giving reason to keep it in a wardrobe forever". Sounds well-timed and fashionably relevant to us! Check out the Fall 2009 Victorialand look book below.
Posts for March 24th 2009
Isaac Mizrahi's Fall 2009 collection might have received praise for being so quintessentially him but we love watching what he can do for the mainstream retailers. For his first full collection at Liz Caliborne, Mizrahi pulled out all the stops. Inexpensive, classic American pieces are layered into chic pulled-together looks. We might still be in our twenties but we much prefer this style of dress to the disheveled, just-rolled-out-of-bed look. No matter which style you adhere to, we think there's something for everyone in this collection.
Tiffany & Co reported a drop of over 75% in the fourth quarter of last year resulting in lay-offs and store closings rather than slashed prices.
A former Lucky editor has launched into the designer rental business with an e-commerce site that focuses on dress rentals.
Marni is launching a new line this summer which will take archival pieces and rework them in cotton and jerseys.