With Poleci, sisters Diane Levin and Janice Levin-Krok set out to bring more color, comfort, and hipness to contemporary women’s clothing. Originally from South Africa, the designing duo launched their label in 1994 and soon put sunny SoCal style on the map for New York scenesters. Ultra-feminine ombre chiffon dresses, softly tailored blouses, sleek pants, leather trimmed skirts, and flattering tops come in luxurious fabrics and textures. Leather trim, beading, and other embellishments make most of Poleci’s sculptured pieces appropriate for both the office and the after-work party. Live in or visiting NYC? Be sure to pay a visit to the label's flagship store in the Meatpacking District, which celebrates "the art of dressing" with its chic and modern interior design.
When you find yourself in a wardrobe rut, where better to look than to young labels known for their fresh, playful aesthetics? We’ve rounded up some of the most frisky and flirtatious looks we could find for spring to help you on your way: punk leather jackets, vibrant print rompers, pretty ruffled dresses, and more.
Nature supplies the inspiration for the gorgeous colors in this selection of dresses and separates. In this sale, find everything from silky tops and trousers to cocktail dresses and floor-sweeping gowns in an array of vital green tones—from striking lime to timeless emerald—and oceanic hues, including ice blue, eye-catching turquoise, steely slate, and ever-regal navy.
Think of every trend that’s sparked your interest lately, then immediately check out this sale. Chances are good you’ll find it here — and interpreted in a way that surpasses expectations. Flowy satin jumpsuit? Check. Metallic boyfriend blazer? Check. Ruffle-front bib top? Check and check. (This one’s plaid.)
Want to score of-the-moment styles by some of your favorite designer names for less? This inspired mix of essential flats, booties, totes, belts, handbags, and more from some of our favorite designer names makes dressing for the warm weather a total breeze. Happy Sunday!