"French romantic meets Annie Hall" is how French designer Alice Ritter describes her collection of easy dresses, breezy tunic tops, and other separates. Based in New York City, Ritter gives her Paris-inspired, bohemian styles a Manhattan edge—think ruffled blouses combined with military-style jackets, frilly tops over work-ready, wide-legged pants, and dresses that range from flouncy and tiered to form-fitting and flattering. Alice Ritter clothing has become a favorite among fashion-forward celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez and Katie Holmes as well as Elle and Vogue. With Piplette, her collaboration with Urban Outfitters, mainstream audiences are also starting to take notice of Ritter's elegant designs.
Self-dubbed “French romantic meets Annie Hall,” designer Alice Ritter seamlessly merges Parisian cool with a Manhattan edge, for a collection that’s adored by celebrities like Katie Holmes and Jennifer Lopez. Menswear gets a girly twist with the black cotton Louna vest, unexpectedly feminine with a semi-attached ruffle panel at the front waist. And the navy-and-white striped top lends a French-chic vibe to the studded high-waist pants.
Spot a piece that has your name on it? Snag it before it's too late—each item in this assortment is the only one left of its kind. Check back throughout the day for new styles, from versatile accessories perfect for the workday to dresses and layer-friendly separates you'll live in all season long.
Obsess about these previously unattainable looks no more, as they’re now that much closer to becoming yours. More wallet-friendly but just as enticing are utilitarian-style looks from Nicolas K. and silk blouses and delicate lace or cotton eyelet dresses from Marc by Marc Jacobs, to name a few.
Some seriously hot designers are at the forefront of this sale. The tops by Smitten range from sophisticated to sultry, with cool fringe, studs and cutouts. Daryl K always delivers with simple, streamlined pieces, often slashed for dramatic effect. Look to Just a Cheap Shirt for relaxed plaid button-downs, Karen Zambos for flyaway chemises and tanks with scallop-edged tiers, and Bensoni for an edgy spin on ladylike blouses.