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About LnA

Boyfriend want his T-shirt back? Not to fear: the Los Angeles duo of Lauren Alexander and April Leight founded LnA in 2007 just for girls who love menswear basics and that cozy, lived-in feel. Focusing on fit, color and perfect cottons, the designers bring a sexy update to the classic men's undershirt tee: a slim-fitting, semi-sheer top with an extra deep V-neck, available in a covetable range of 30 colors. (When was the last time your boy tried ballet pink?) Quickly winning a celebrity fan base that includes Isla Fisher and Kate Moss, the line has since expanded to include everything from lace tees to that LA signature, zipper leggings. These are wardrobe staples with some edge.

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Sale Ended May 08, 2010

LnA

Girls who love menswear basics and that cozy, lived-in texture will feel right at home in LnA’s covetable leggings, tees and frocks. With a focus on fit, color and perfect cottons, this Los Angeles-based duo offers a sexy update to the borrowed-from-the-boys look. Standout items include the side tail tank, the deep-V dress and the lace thigh-high leggings.

Sale Ended July 17, 2012

Summer Sunday Steals Up to 70% Off

Want to score of-the-moment summer styles by some of your favorite designer names for less? This inspired mix of essential sunglasses and more from some of our favorite labels makes looking cool in the warm weather a total breeze. Happy Sunday!

Sale Ended July 19, 2011

Almost Gone: One-of-a-Kind Women's Picks

Spot a piece that has your name on it? Snag it before it's too late—each item in this assortment is the only one of its kind left. Find some of our favorite picks, from versatile accessories perfect for the workday to dresses and layer-friendly separates you'll live in all season long.

Sale Ended October 05, 2011

Fall Looks: Maison Scotch & More

It should come as no surprise that this Amsterdam label got its start in menswear: its women's separates (slouchy cotton chinos, lightweight blazers) are packed with borrowed-from-the-boys appeal. You'll find plenty of feminine intrigue here, too—think belted button-downs, double-breasted trench coats, and breezy silk frocks.