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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New Foundations:
Lattice and Lace

Photographed by Hanna Tveite

With personalities ranging from prim to seductive, lace takes on new life in the hands of designers such as Loewe’s Jonathan Anderson and Protagonist’s Georgia Lazzaro, even as it remains an alluring Sicilian signature for Dolce & Gabbana. This spring, focus on what lies beneath to discover the myriad possibilities for filigreed foundations.

Rooted in the familiar lace of tablecloths and undergarments, the spring/summer 2017 Loewe collection dismantles and abstracts the ornamental fabric, transforming it into sublime layers cinched by drawstring details.
When I don’t know what to wear, I wear black lace.Carine Roitfeld
The new Privé collection from Protagonist unites functionality and sensuality through variations on the slipdress. The seasonless foundation pieces are designed for a fluid, feminine fit.
Protagonist Cap Sleeve Bias Dress (coming soon)
Refined silhouettes allow lustrous fabrics and intricate, tactile textures to shine.
A master of classical construction, Roland Mouret combines raw-edged linen mesh with stretch double crepe to create a little black dress that conceals as alluringly as it reveals. 

Lighting Jon Ervin
Styling Gabrielle Marceca
Hair Takayoshi Tsukisawa
Makeup Kristi Matamoros at Frank Reps
Model Marine Deleeuw at The Society
Shot on location at Camp David in Brooklyn, New York

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Explore another chapter in The Stories:
The Art of the Cut: Meet Roland Mouret

New Foundations: Lattice and Lace

New Foundations:
Lattice and Lace

Photographed by Hanna Tveite

With personalities ranging from prim to seductive, lace takes on new life in the hands of designers such as Loewe’s Jonathan Anderson and Protagonist’s Georgia Lazzaro, even as it remains an alluring Sicilian signature for Dolce & Gabbana. This spring, focus on what lies beneath to discover the myriad possibilities for filigreed foundations.

Rooted in the familiar lace of tablecloths and undergarments, the spring/summer 2017 Loewe collection dismantles and abstracts the ornamental fabric, transforming it into sublime layers cinched by drawstring details.
When I don’t know what to wear, I wear black lace.Carine Roitfeld
The new Privé collection from Protagonist unites functionality and sensuality through variations on the slipdress. The seasonless foundation pieces are designed for a fluid, feminine fit.
Protagonist Cap Sleeve Bias Dress (coming soon)
Refined silhouettes allow lustrous fabrics and intricate, tactile textures to shine.
A master of classical construction, Roland Mouret combines raw-edged linen mesh with stretch double crepe to create a little black dress that conceals as alluringly as it reveals. 

Lighting Jon Ervin
Styling Gabrielle Marceca
Hair Takayoshi Tsukisawa
Makeup Kristi Matamoros at Frank Reps
Model Marine Deleeuw at The Society
Shot on location at Camp David in Brooklyn, New York

Shop all fashion

Explore another chapter in The Stories:
The Art of the Cut: Meet Roland Mouret