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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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Fresh Cuts:
The Power of Unexpected Details

Photographed by Thomas Lohr

The little black dress. The white shirt. The argyle sweater. The summer sheath. Variations on classic pieces such as these abound, and for good reason: they are the flexible fundamentals of a modern wardrobe. With trusted silhouettes as a starting point, seek out styles that cross the bland boundaries of “basic” with unexpected touches ranging from artful cutouts to graphic accents.

Lines and curves transform a typical white shirt into a striking tunic by Protagonist. The rounded bib front, in bonded piqué, is echoed in a curved shirttail hem with insets at the vented sides. In the hands of Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, an argyle sweater gains depth through deconstruction. Also pictured, at left: Repetto Camille Mid-Heel Ballerina, Robert Mapplethorpe’s Alistair Butler (1980); at right, Pallas Isis Slit Skirt, Carl Aubock Chain Paperweight, Andrianna Shamaris Petrified Wood Stool/Side Table, Gabriela Artigas Cigar Band Ring, Tom Wood Oval Ring

Bold stripes show their softer side in Altuzarra’s graphic sheath. Precisely placed panels sculpt an hourglass silhouette and create the illusion of wrapping. Continue the play of contrasts with Tabaco, a unisex eau de cologne from Coqui Coqui that combines the scent of freshly picked tobacco leaves with tart, juicy citrus notes.

Spare yet sensuous shapes can be both refreshing and enduring. A streamlined dress from Calvin Klein Collection surprises with a teardrop-shaped back cutout, while Henning Koppel’s pitcher for Georg Jensen infuses mirror-polished stainless steel with an organic allure. Also pictured, at left: Proenza Schouler Crocodile and Shiny Calf PS Z Crossbody Bag, Creel and Gow Silvered Banana; at right, Deborah Ehrlich Water Glass, Paul Evans Pedestal

Elegant and elongated in ribbed jersey, a sleeveless tunic from Calvin Klein Collection is made memorable by asymmetrical colorblocking as well as artful finishing touches that define the seams and edges. Also pictured: Tom Wood Classic Slim Band, HAY Scissors

Styling Vanessa Traina
Hair Tamara McNaughton at Management Artists
Makeup Daniel Martin at The Wall Group
Model Mirte Maas at Women Management

Fresh Cuts: The Power of Unexpected Details

Fresh Cuts:
The Power of Unexpected Details

Photographed by Thomas Lohr

The little black dress. The white shirt. The argyle sweater. The summer sheath. Variations on classic pieces such as these abound, and for good reason: they are the flexible fundamentals of a modern wardrobe. With trusted silhouettes as a starting point, seek out styles that cross the bland boundaries of “basic” with unexpected touches ranging from artful cutouts to graphic accents.

Lines and curves transform a typical white shirt into a striking tunic by Protagonist. The rounded bib front, in bonded piqué, is echoed in a curved shirttail hem with insets at the vented sides. In the hands of Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, an argyle sweater gains depth through deconstruction. Also pictured, at left: Repetto Camille Mid-Heel Ballerina, Robert Mapplethorpe’s Alistair Butler (1980); at right, Pallas Isis Slit Skirt, Carl Aubock Chain Paperweight, Andrianna Shamaris Petrified Wood Stool/Side Table, Gabriela Artigas Cigar Band Ring, Tom Wood Oval Ring

Bold stripes show their softer side in Altuzarra’s graphic sheath. Precisely placed panels sculpt an hourglass silhouette and create the illusion of wrapping. Continue the play of contrasts with Tabaco, a unisex eau de cologne from Coqui Coqui that combines the scent of freshly picked tobacco leaves with tart, juicy citrus notes.

Spare yet sensuous shapes can be both refreshing and enduring. A streamlined dress from Calvin Klein Collection surprises with a teardrop-shaped back cutout, while Henning Koppel’s pitcher for Georg Jensen infuses mirror-polished stainless steel with an organic allure. Also pictured, at left: Proenza Schouler Crocodile and Shiny Calf PS Z Crossbody Bag, Creel and Gow Silvered Banana; at right, Deborah Ehrlich Water Glass, Paul Evans Pedestal

Elegant and elongated in ribbed jersey, a sleeveless tunic from Calvin Klein Collection is made memorable by asymmetrical colorblocking as well as artful finishing touches that define the seams and edges. Also pictured: Tom Wood Classic Slim Band, HAY Scissors

Styling Vanessa Traina
Hair Tamara McNaughton at Management Artists
Makeup Daniel Martin at The Wall Group
Model Mirte Maas at Women Management