Catering to high-level professional women, Tahari ASL combines sophisticated tailoring and feminine silhouettes to create gorgeously simple clothing that will take you from the boardroom to the after-work dinner party. V-neck wrap dresses, casual ruffled shifts, belted sheaths, tweed suits — Tahari ASL has them all; just add bold earrings and a cute overcoat, and you’ll be good to go. Such versatility has made Elie Tahari a mainstay in the world of fashion since the 1970s. Raised in an orphanage in Israel, Tahari eventually found his way to New York City and opened his first boutique in 1974. Over the years he's expanded his line to include men's suits, sweaters, and other clothing as well as women’s shoes, jewelry and handbags. Tahari’s designs put the spotlight where it belongs: on the stylish ladies and gents who wear it.
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