Fashion-forward movie buffs will recognize Jack by BB Dakota as the label behind the “Twilight jacket” — the iconic blue hoodie worn by Kristen Stewart in her career-making performances as Bella. BB Dakota’s feminine, vintage-inspired clothing had been a favorite among tastemakers and fashion editors long before the company began making clothing for A-list actresses to wear on-screen. In 2007 BB Dakota's mother-daughter leadership team Gloria and Katherine Brandes partnered up with designer Nikki Chapman to launch Jack by BB Dakota: an edgier, "effortlessly hip" clothing line that explores the middle-ground between masculine and feminine. The younger sister to BB Dakota, Jack features sporty outerwear (the "Twilight" jacket — officially named the Nicola — is an example), little black strapless dresses, and on-trend, bold-print separates.
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The Ultimate Dress Shop: Made to LayerThere's no better season than fall for getting dressed, thanks to the limitless opportunities to layer. An easy dress is the perfect canvas to start with: A classic button-down shirtdress or simple shift lends itself to cozy cardigans and tailored blazers tossed on top, or sophisticated turtlenecks and preppy button-downs underneath, jumper-style. The layering approach isn’t just flexible enough to suit your changing mood, it’s the most practical way to battle the ever-evolving fall weather.
—TRACEY LOMRANTZ LESTER, Editorial Director