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About Kaylee Tankus

The Kaylee Tankus girl is no homebody. Struck by the color of the sky shimmering through dense clouds of mist on a trip to Eastern Europe in 2004, Korean designer Kay Lee appended “Tankus” to her nascent label’s name — the Lithuanian word for “dense.” Done in shades of gray and black, Kaylee Tankus pieces include draped dresses, drop-crotch pants, and oversize coats that are decidedly conceptual, and appealing to a young, modern, international set. But these architectural silhouettes are never too extreme and are always wearable, creating a unique fusion of East and West.

Past Sales Featuring Kaylee Tankus

Sale Ended April 26, 2011

Almost Gone: One-of-a-Kind Women's Picks

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.

Sale Ended December 28, 2010

Last Chance: Women's Final Sale up to 90% off!

Consider this sale your go-to source for an extensive range of designer apparel. From floor-sweeping dresses, to artful downtown-style separates, to relaxed loungewear, find nearly every sartorial need addressed by a slew of of-the-moment labels.

Sale Ended April 12, 2010

Kaylee Tankus and Eryn Brinie

Experimental layers are the offerings from these two cutting-edge Korean labels. Asymmetry, raw edges and a mad mash-up of textures define the dresses, tops, and vests in this sale. There’s also a range of jackets with distinctive details like belts, drawstrings and hardware in blousy shapes.

Sale Ended October 08, 2010

Downtown Edge

Deceptively simple, but oh-so-sexy, these are some of our favorite looks from today’s rising design stars. From Kimberly Ovitz, find such provocative stunners as open-weave crochet sweaters and buttery metallic leather jackets. Kaylee Tankus follows suit with choppy, drape-front vests and dual-strap tanks with multiple overlays. Not to be outdone is Leyendecker, a label known for its ladder-like slash cutouts, seen in everything from jersey dresses to a daring little bralette. And look to L'Agence, Nili Lotan and Society for Rational Dress for breezy tanks and silk frocks.