A warm-weather iteration of our favorite pleated trouser! We took the Andy Trouser full palazzo with a super wide leg and shortened the hem for a breezy, cropped length. They have just enough volume to feel sweeping and dramatic without overdoing it. They are made for hot, humid afternoons and dewy mornings but transition just as easily into the night.
They have an elegant high waist, gorgeous front pleats for drama, and sleek back darts for shape. In soft Midweight Linen, these feel like the ultimate west coast luxury. They'll adopt wrinkles gracefully and look even better broken in. I love this pant paired with a slim fitting, cropped knit top, but I also love embracing the oversized silhouette and topping with a boxy tunic.
A masculine trouser that evokes just the right amount of 90s business-suit drama but is tapered and balanced enough to feel modern. Elegant high waist, gorgeous front pleats for drama, and sleek back darts for shape. In soft Midweight Linen, these feel like the ultimate three-season luxury. They'll adopt wrinkles gracefully and look even better broken in. I love this pant paired with a matching jacket and a sleek turtleneck underneath or layered under a long dress with shiny loafers.
This is the tunic I dream about every year in the middle of summer when the heat is a tangible force in the air. The low, free armholes, deep-v back, and wide, trapeze panels hang away from your body the way you want everything to when your skin is damp, and the sun is high. This piece embodies movement and represents breeze. The slightest movement will billow the fabric in a captivating, delicious swish. The Harlow is meant for days spent puttering around the garden or for nights spent strolling the city. It also transitions effortlessly right into fall—layer over a thin turtleneck for a jumper effect or under a chunky sweater (my favorite)!
It has a simple but striking, sleeveless cut with low, geometric armholes and billowing side panels. Its deep-v back lets air in for ultimate comfort. The flattering, high-scoop neck and smartly-cut shoulders pair flawlessly with the dramatic, trapeze shape. It hits around mid-thigh providing coverage when you want it but also means you can jaunt around sans pants at the beach or pool.
One of the first five styles I designed in 2013. An artfully engineered top built for versatility and adaptability. This blouse can be worn with the knot in the front or the back for a myriad of different looks: a low V-neck front or full coverage in the front and a low V open back. Tie it in a loose, relaxed knot or in a waist-cinching, pin-up silhouette. Candlelight bouncing off your collarbone at a midnight cafe, warm sunlight stinging your back on a lap around the farmers market—the feeling of intentionally exposed skin makes you all the more aware of each moment.
It pairs well with all of our high-waisted bottoms and also layers well over silk dresses. Its coverage of the shoulders and arms balances out the deep v. The plunging neckline adds tasteful drama to an all black elegant evening look and a bit of energy to a monochromatic, bright weekend ensemble. In Midweight Linen, this piece has a cheery structure and rustic richness.
The Parabola, named for the curved hip panels on each side, features slim, long sleeves and a high boat neck that are sleek and interesting. Parabola-shaped inset panels at the sides provide body, shape, and swing that move with you. This top wears as a nontraditional A-line. I love the suggestion of shape it provides, appearing dramatic and avant-garde.
I love this billowy top paired with slim trousers or denim for a sleek look, but I'm also very into it with wide-leg pants to really accentuate the silhouette.
The new twin sister to our essential Petra Crop—everything you love about the Petra, but with a plunging V-neckline. Imagine weekend getaways to the coast or the mountains—wear this paired with the matching Bel Skirt for sandy afternoon walks or over the classic Andy Trouser to dinner and drinks. Simple, easy silhouette. Featuring a deep V-neck, yet slim fit in the chest with bust darts.
This style stands away from the body at the waist, edged with a generous hem providing foundational structure and balance. Carefully cut armholes hit right at the shoulder bone—revealing everything you want to show and nothing you don't. Its cropped length hits right at the natural waist and pairs perfectly with high-rise pants or skirts, and layers well over slip dresses.