Named after Jenny Wren, a Charles Dickens character who designed dresses for dolls, Wren is Los Angeles fashion designer Melissa Coker’s effortlessly feminine collection of contemporary women’s clothing. Formerly of Helmut Lang and fashion bibles like Vogue and W, Coker describes her aesthetic as “low-key sophistication” as well as “perfect imperfection.” Wren’s chic wardrobe essentials include classic cashmere cardigans, sleek cotton pants, pleated silk sundresses and a shimmering kimono dress guaranteed to turn heads at your next cocktail party. Founded in 2007, Wren has appeared in <I>InStyle</I> and <I>Vogue</i> and become a fashionista favorite.
Silk pants, statement jewelry, and more stamped with rich, romantic blooms.
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.
The warm-weather pieces you need now, from cool moto jackets to rose gold earrings.
Go for serious color in spring's new LBDs.