Named after the street on which she grew up in the suburbs of LA, Cynthia Vincent's new line was launched during Los Angeles Fashion week in 2003. Twelfth Street became the line that defined her as a designer. Staple pieces like silk crepe de chine slips, velvet boudoir jackets, and luxurious sweaters—featured in stores like Neiman Marcus, Barney's, Fred Segal, Scoop, and Bergdorf Goodman—have become highly sought after.
Vibrant shirtdresses, woven leather sandals, and more bold, vacation-ready picks.
Supremely feminine numbers in every cut, color, and print imaginable
Glittering dresses, shoes, and more standouts for stylish ladies
Flattering, feminine picks for work to weekend