From multi-colored linen maxis to smocked minis.
Consider these your (S)Hot Girl Summer essentials.
Starring sleeveless dresses in happy hues.
After years of rejection (that included a stint as a Lyft driver to make ends meet), founder Lesley Thornton pushed through the difficulties of 2020 to find major success.
The humble wardrobe staple is looking anything but basic this season.
From shearling-lined clogs to faux fur-covered slides.
From sparkly socks to silky kimono robes.
She was onto something with these matching shoes, too!
From casual ribbed styles to dressed-up silk options.
"You will never allow a Black woman to sit at your table because then you wouldn't be able to talk the way you all love to talk."
Because it is...not this.
Shop them now before they sell out.
Brand are tapping influencers, friends and employees to photograph new items at home, with some founders even turning their cameras on themselves.
In addition to those donating masks to health care and essential workers, several designers are now making them for consumers as the CDC reviews its guidelines for public mask use.
In addition to manufacturing masks itself, Reformation will recruit other apparel manufacturers throughout the city.
Breezy dresses and strappy sandals ahead.
Sometimes we just want to dress up.
From vintage-inspired Bermuda shorts to super high-waisted denim.
We're keeping a running list, updated every time new brands close their physical storefronts to prevent further spreading the disease.
From CBD tinctures to sturdy winter boots, these are the items we can't imagine getting through four-plus weeks of shows without.
Cheers to cuffing season and bold tops!
Dryer balls, Rent the Runway subscriptions and super comfy shoes.