Hanii Y is the offshoot women’s apparel and accessories collection of Hanii Yoon, half of the husband and wife label Y & Kei. Born and raised in Korea, Yoon studied fashion in San Francisco, where she immersed herself in bohemian culture and developed a love for vintage fashion from different eras. Launched in 2005, Hanii Y melds retro and contemporary elements to stunning effect: think traditional pea coats reinterpreted in solid knit wool, floral print jackets in moody grays, high-waisted cotton shorts, and dresses made of elegant ruched silk. Slip one of Hanii Y’s classics vests over your favorite blouse and pair it with jeans for a simple yet chic look.
There's nothing drab about this crop of grays. Lace tops, striped turtlenecks, layer-ready vests, and comfy tees are joined by decidedly more daring pieces: just look at standouts like the dramatic silk trousers, the edgy asymmetric trench, and the woven canvas coat — from names like Marni, Derek Lam, Vince, and more.
Inspired by the diverse cultures of San Francisco and New York City, the stunning designs by Hanii Y (half of the design team Y & Kei) are what we like to call uptown bohemian, thanks to sharply cut, colorful pieces and distinctively surprising details, including sheer, smocked blouses and asymmetric lines on tunics and shifts. In other words, Hanii Y is part vintage, part avant-garde, and completely cool.
Spring is here — ready to make the most of your wardrobe this season? Layer on plenty of color with our mix of chic, lightweight knits, flooded in a kaleidoscope of hues. You’ll find casual sweaters in sunny yellows and limes, cobalt blue pullovers, and soft apricot cardigans, plus a slew of wear-anywhere neutrals that go with virtually everything in your closet.
Add a little edge to your look with pieces from brands like Cut25, L’Agence, and Vanessa Bruno, who have mastered the art of infusing their sophisticated silhouettes with street-chic details. Embrace the city girl's new dress code in silk jumpsuits with leather sleeves, tapered drawstring trousers with railroad stripes, and mod shift dresses with skinny racerbacks and all-over fringe.