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 liquid-like silk crepe, these move and swing with your body. They are so dreamy with a little silk top for a night out but also incredibly comfortable with a simple knit tee for a sunny afternoon around the house. It feels like you're wearing nothing at all—which is how I pretty much always want to feel.
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 delicious Silk Crepe, these have a relaxed billowy fit that moves and breathes with you. 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 our old, discontinued Cotton Canvas. These are simply remaining cut garments we had on hand from our old material. New Upcycled Cotton Canvas will be launching later this year, but not all styles will be returning.
The essential, classic, forever pant. Its deep, open pockets are cut a little wider than the pant leg giving plenty of room to hold a myriad of important things like your cell phone, car keys, pens, snacks, small animals... The center front and back seams replace the side seam on the leg giving a long look and allowing the crescent moon shaped pocket to span from front to back.
In our Cotton Canvas, these are more durable than ever. They will soften and patina with age and truly feel like pants of steel. You can quite literally do anything in these—you can host an elegant party (sleek black canvas with a black silk top, done and done) and the next day you can tackle a home renovation project (I definitely store nails in my Clyde pockets, but do so at your own risk).
A short based on one of our favorite, oldest pant styles—the Florence. I am decidedly not a shorts person, but dressing comfortably for warm climates almost always requires some kind of alternative to pants and I wanted to tackle the challenge.
The silhouette I'm most drawn to is that of the 1930s and 1940s tap shorts with a narrow waist and wide, full thigh opening. I aimed to follow the rule of thirds, with the distance from natural waist to hem of the shorts taking up about one-third of total leg length. The hem hits right around mid-thigh, which feels comfortable in terms of coverage but still keeps most of your legs out in the open air. In super soft and drapey silk crepe, these feel like absolutely delicious pajama shorts that you can also totally wear in public.
The wide, full silhouette creates a beautiful shape that still feels modest and elegant. A generous inseam makes them practical and wearable (everybody knows that a one or two-inch inseam on shorts is a recipe for discomfort). They are nostalgic and quite modern at the same time.
A classic wide belt that makes all of our cinching, silhouette-shifting dreams come true. It's substantial enough in width to really define the waist, but not so wide that it buckles when you sit down. This piece can take our most oversized, fluid tops and dresses and create transformative shapes. Subtle curves or dramatic changes in volume add endless options to your wardrobe.
My favorite way to wear this is in monochromatic outfits with a matching top or dress, but contrast is also eye-catching. Use it to close open-front jackets or to create a simple hourglass shape with a Georgia Midi.
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.
Named after the norm-breaking dancer, Isadora Duncan, this jumpsuit evokes the spirit of motion and ease. It hangs on the body with tons of room to move and breathe. The shoulders tie, meaning you can adjust the look tons of different ways. Tie it up snug for a cropped length and high neck. Tie it loose and low for a dropped crotch and relaxed feel. Keep the tie ends at your shoulder for a jaunty, warm look. Tie the knot towards the back for a sleek and minimal feel—the options go on and on. It's also reversible. Wear the v-neck or crew neck in the front or back! Bonus: layer over a thin tee or light sweater and wear as overalls!
This fluid, wide leg jumpsuit is made for bare feet in the sand, clean feet on the sofa after a shower, and heeled feet for a drink with a friend.
The Linn Tee is one of our simplest pieces, and sometimes, simple is best. The structural cut allows the fabric to do the heavy lifting, and the beautiful folds and trapeze swing look right at home with pin-straight pants at a gallery opening or over a gauzy dress on a sticky weekend afternoon. The Linn is a style that keeps on surprising—catching different views of it in the mirror, trying it with different outfits, it will continue to strike you in new ways. It's got major drama without being overbearing.
The Parabola Dress, 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 hips provide body, shape, and swing that move with you. This dress wears as a nontraditional A-line. The curves provide drama and movement without widening the whole body. The swing around the hips suggests the classic, evocative S-curve that is so often found in nature, but the piece still remains oversized and avant-garde. An implication of hourglass without exploitation of the body underneath.
This dress looks perfectly at home over bare legs and feet, but also layers very well over pants for a distinct art professor vibe.
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.
A longer hip-length tank version of our essential Petra Crop, but with a plunging V-neckline. A simple, slightly A-line tank that completes so many outfits you didn't even know you wanted to wear. Perfect for a day at work or a weekend away. Layer under jackets and sweaters, or wear bare and get some sun on your shoulders. I love this worn with an old pair of jeans, or a simple sleek trouser like the Andy in Midweight Linen. Featuring a deep V-neck, yet slim fit in the chest with bust darts.
This style stands away from the body at the waist, which is edged with a generous hem providing foundational structure and balance. Carefully cut armholes hit right at the shoulder bone—shows everything you want to show and nothing you don't. Hits at the hip for a lengthening effect that provides coverage if you want it, or tucks easily to highlight the waist if you want a different silhouette.
Thin, winding, and delicate, this wrap belt can be worn so many different ways. I wanted to capture the layered, overlapping bound look of Grecian waist ties—textured, effortless, and never overwrought. You can use this belt to take our most oversized, fluid garments and create transformative shapes; subtle curves or dramatic cinching add endless options to your wardrobe. Wear it wrapped around the waist twice, crisscrossing, to create dynamic layers with the garment underneath. Knot in the front or back using a simple square knot or a sweeter bow, or wrap cleanly around the waist with no peek at the garment in between the belt layers for a sharp, crisp look. Wrap just once and leave long tails for a romantic, trailing look with lots of motion. There are endless options for styling this light, versatile piece.
My favorite way to wear this is in monochromatic outfits with a matching top or dress, but contrast is also eye-catching. Use it to close open-front jackets or to rein in the flowing fabric on a Harlow Dress.