Born in Thailand and raised in Nebraska, designer Thakoon Panichgul worked at J. Crew and <i>Harper's Bazaar</i> before pursuing a formal design degree at Parsons. In 2004, he unveiled his first collection of poised but playful designs and won praise for his witty, subtle flourishes — think mesh-trimmed culottes and metallic taffeta skirts. Since then, Thakoon has outfitted high-profile clients such as Tilda Swinton and Michelle Obama in his ultra-feminine dresses; collaborated with the chic footwear brand Giuseppe Zanotti; designed his own line of shoes and boots; released an eyewear collection; partnered up with Hogan, the Gap and Target; and possibly slept a few hours here and there. Thakoon's two diffusion labels, Addition and Carbon Copy, have won him legions of younger fans who love his easy, wearable ensembles in playful prints.
The perfect dresses for warmer days, elegant evenings, and more, in our new permanent shop.
Everything you need for a picture-perfect look on the most romantic night of the year.
The days when suits were strictly boardroom attire? Long gone, thanks to spring 2014’s fresh take on the matching top-and-bottom combo. “We saw so many matching sets on the spring runways, and it’s a nice way to inject color and print into your daytime look,” says Joyann King, Digital Director of Harper’s Bazaar. Her smart advice for wearing it? “I definitely recommend buying the full ‘set’, but with plans to style the pieces individually, as well.” Let her chic Suno look inspire you, then shop the sale to get in on the matching action this season.
Luxe layering pieces, from draped cardigans to lightweight pullovers.