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The Line Style in Context

The Line is a modern and personal approach to retail. We bring together carefully chosen fashion, home, and beauty items and place them in context through inspiring editorial features and intimate offline shopping experiences. The thematic, seasonal, and handpicked assortments we call Selections offer another way to explore our evolving edit of things you’ll wear, use, and treasure for years to come.

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Exquisite Accents and Elevated Essentials:
Vanessa Traina’s Favorite Things

In reviewing the latest pre-fall and fall collection arrivals—selected months ago following runway shows, showroom visits, and much deliberation—Vanessa Traina is especially excited by a few of the most versatile additions to The Line and The Apartment. Let’s start from the top: a slim-fitting Vince crewneck with three-quarter sleeves. “I have finally found the essential elevated t-shirt,” says Traina, executive creative director of The Line. “It pairs well with everything.” She points to a similar combination of refinement and adaptability in Altuzarra’s silky update of a waxed-cotton jacket and a “perfect transitional skirt” by Proenza Schouler. As for accessories, Traina looks to the subtle design of Myriam Schaefer and reaches for the Balenciaga veteran’s “perfect modern update of a leather box clutch.”

Moving from The Apartment’s walk-in closet to the light-filled living room, she lingers before Irving Penn’s Still Life with Watermelon (1947)—“the ultimate wish list item”—and a trio of powder-coated brass tealight holders from Skultuna. “I cook dinner for friends every Sunday, and these are the perfect accent for my tablescape,” says Traina. “They also make a great hostess gift.” Other tabletop favorites include Tomasine Gahn’s trompe-l’œil malachite coasters and a shiny, slender vase inspired by the canvases of Giorgio Morandi. Her favorite finishing touches are fresh and fragrant, like Coqui Coqui’s Tabaco room scent. Adds Traina, “My home never feels complete without flowers and a subtle scent when you walk through the door, and this fragrance is one of my favorites.”

Exquisite Accents and Elevated Essentials: Vanessa Traina’s Favorite Things

Exquisite Accents and Elevated Essentials:
Vanessa Traina’s Favorite Things

In reviewing the latest pre-fall and fall collection arrivals—selected months ago following runway shows, showroom visits, and much deliberation—Vanessa Traina is especially excited by a few of the most versatile additions to The Line and The Apartment. Let’s start from the top: a slim-fitting Vince crewneck with three-quarter sleeves. “I have finally found the essential elevated t-shirt,” says Traina, executive creative director of The Line. “It pairs well with everything.” She points to a similar combination of refinement and adaptability in Altuzarra’s silky update of a waxed-cotton jacket and a “perfect transitional skirt” by Proenza Schouler. As for accessories, Traina looks to the subtle design of Myriam Schaefer and reaches for the Balenciaga veteran’s “perfect modern update of a leather box clutch.”

Moving from The Apartment’s walk-in closet to the light-filled living room, she lingers before Irving Penn’s Still Life with Watermelon (1947)—“the ultimate wish list item”—and a trio of powder-coated brass tealight holders from Skultuna. “I cook dinner for friends every Sunday, and these are the perfect accent for my tablescape,” says Traina. “They also make a great hostess gift.” Other tabletop favorites include Tomasine Gahn’s trompe-l’œil malachite coasters and a shiny, slender vase inspired by the canvases of Giorgio Morandi. Her favorite finishing touches are fresh and fragrant, like Coqui Coqui’s Tabaco room scent. Adds Traina, “My home never feels complete without flowers and a subtle scent when you walk through the door, and this fragrance is one of my favorites.”