Jane Mayle knows how to dress a woman (she <i>is</i> an ex-model, after all). In 1999 the British beauty opened an eponymous New York City boutique (since closed) and began selling her own line of chic wardrobe offerings, including playful rompers, retro-inspired dresses, vintage-inspired coats and tweed jackets, and elegant silk blouses that Katharine Hepburn might have worn. Though best known for her ready-to-wear line, Mayle has also designed limited-edition bags and collaborated with Sigerson Morrison on a series of boots and shoes.
Jane Mayle knows how to dress a woman — she was, after all, a model before she opened her eponymous boutique in 1999. Fashion lovers are sure to snap up this ultra-feminine, vintage-inspired collection, which includes playful rompers; elegant, retro-inspired dresses; chic coats; and silk blouses that look like they've come straight out of a Katharine Hepburn film.
Make a statement in singular pieces by three of the industry’s coolest labels. Hanii Y’s uptown-bohemian trenches and blazers, Mayle’s vintage-inspired jumpsuits and leather pants, and Twenty8Twelve’s rock 'n' roll-meets-1920s jackets and blouses all make an appearance in this decidedly avant-garde sale.
The holidays are such a tactile experience — tying presents with silky bows, catching snowflakes on the tip of your tongue — that it only makes sense that we love to dress the part, too. The luxurious selection here is all about textures: wool herringbone, cotton tweed, textured brocade, burned-out silk, faux fur, sleek leather, flashy sequins, and more.
It feels like groundbreaking labels 3.1 Phillip Lim and Mayle have been thrilling us with their ultra-feminine designs for decades — but that's only because they've left such an indelible mark on the fashion landscape since they hit the scene a few years back. For this inspired multi-brand sale (which includes Miha and Obakki, too!) we've got fashion-forward looks galore, from supercool leather-and-silk shifts to flashy sequined shorts. Couldn't your wardrobe use an upgrade?