Behnaz Sarafpour's masterful craftsmanship, eye for exquisite textiles, and eco-conscious approach to fashion design have earned her womenswear endless praise and awards. Based in New York City, this Iranian-American designer won the prestigious Golden Thimble as a student at Parsons before moving on to work for Anne Klein, Isaac Mizrahi, Narciso Rodriguez, and other exclusive brands. Since releasing her first runway collection in the early 2000s, Sarafpour has designed a collection for Target, a shade of red lipstick for Lancôme, a series of premium jeans (a collaborative effort with Earnest Sewn), and exquisite dresses and gowns snatched up by Selma Blair, Chloe Sevigny, and other fashion-forward celebrities. From wide-leg overalls to textured metal necklace designs, Sarafpour creates clean, minimalist clothing that redefines feminine.
Rich with bold prints, unexpected textures and strong silhouettes, this selection from Behnaz Sarafpour and Richard Chai is full of must-have pieces for fashion-forward trendsetters. Chai’s penchant for old-world tailoring and unusual fabric pairings shines through in the pistachio-colored plaid frock, featuring draped wool and silk with a contrast panel. And Sarafpour’s eye for luxe, exquisite fabrics is evident in the meticulously crafted alpaca wool dress, featuring a pin-tucked bust and panel seaming.
This tailored-for-you sale offers an array of wearable styles—from slinky minis to floor-sweeping maxis and everything in between—all in your size, and all by your favorite designer names.
Practice your runway strut in threads from fashion's biggest names. Look to Derek Lam and Erin Fetherston for printed silk frocks. Or opt for candy-bright cotton dresses from Brian Reyes. And don’t miss Behnaz Sarafpour’s bold designs, like a cropped python jacket and Chantilly lace tie-collar blouse.
Meet the new romantic! A marriage of traditionally feminine and tough details give this crop of dresses, separates and accessories a distinctly modern appeal. Bows, lace and rosettes adorn dangerously high stilettos; drapey silk chiffon tops are less romantic thanks to dangling chain links; and a ruffled silk dress feels more punk than girly when rendered in eye-popping fluorescent pink. There is plenty to fall in love with.