Zac Posen has always been a step ahead: At age 14, he honed his talent in the pre-college program at Parsons School of Design, after which he was mentored by curator Richard Martin at the Costume Institute. At 18 he was accepted into the womenswear degree program at London’s Central Saint Martins College. When he returned to New York in 2001, Posen set up an atelier in his parents' living room. Showing astonishing talent, he debuted his ready-to-wear collection in February 2002, at the tender age of 21, and he keeps expanding. In spring 2010 he unveiled Z Spoke, a lower-priced line, exclusively for Saks Fifth Avenue. His strong, feminine aesthetic is a favorite of style leaders like Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Helen Mirren, and Beyoncé.
It’s no wonder ladies ranging from Helen Mirren to Beyoncé love Zac Posen—just take a look at this handbag selection from his newest venture, Z Spoke. A perfect balance of uptown chic and downtown cool, choose from an array of feminine silhouettes marked by fresh details like bows and scarf-style leather straps.
Graphic ikats. Watercolor stripes. Vibrant animal prints. Ride the print trend through the winter months with our curated collection of dresses and separates splashed with eye-catching patterns. You'll find enchanting mini skirts, sweaters, and tops from much loved labels like Catherine Malandrino and Cut25. Go wild!
Whether you're dressing up a pencil skirt for the office, or topping off your favorite denim, lightweight, color-bursting knits are a key ingredient for easy fall style — and every woman's wardrobe needs a new injection from time to time. Here, find everything from casual pullovers to breezy cardigans, as well as cropped crewnecks, easy cowl-necks, and chic wraps.
It’s the perfect time of year for cozying up! This wintry weather calls for super-chic knits and our sale is full of versatile picks for every occasion. Our favorites? Softly draped jersey tops with eyelet trim from Gold Hawk; figure-hugging dresses from Firth; and luxe cashmere turtlenecks from Andrea Scagliotti.