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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Pure Texture:
The First Touches of Fall

A sunset that arrives sooner and is less prone to linger. A new crispness in the morning air. A cool evening breeze that promises a fresh season defined by its return to structure and school. These are the earliest signals of fall, a season that adds new texture to one’s days and wardrobe. Protracted and unpredictable, the transition from summer to fall is one of subtle style adjustments led by cozy layers: the cashmere crewneck, the ribbed turtleneck sweater, the tweed coat. These pieces share more than a neutral palette; each is realized in a textile that reveals its depth in distinctive ways.

An open-placket crewneck from Elin Kling’s Totême offers a lighter take on cashmere. The Rhones sweater, named for a river that flows from the Swiss Alps into the Mediterranean, epitomizes the “European preppy” sensibility that Kling sought to capture in her debut collection.
Double-faced construction, subtle vertical accents, and cuffless slevees set Proenza Schouler’s black cashmere crewneck apart from the rest. Pictured here with: Proenza Schouler Stretch Crop Bootcut Jean, Repetto Cendrillon ballerina, Broadway Stool
A staggered and slightly rotated hem becomes a graphic accent on a wide-ribbed turtleneck sweater from Proenza Schouler. The high, doubled collar makes for face-framing texture in a creamy blend of wool and cashmere.
In a heathered hue that evokes the classic sweatshirt, this nuanced grey crewneck from Proenza Schouler is even cozier than the gym staple, thanks to double-faced cashmere and a hint of stretch. The modern, drop-shoulder silhouette is bisected by a vertical accent that is echoed in the side seams, which give way to an open, staggered hem. Pictured here with Tom Wood Oval Ring.
A texture to top them all. A standout piece in Proenza Schouler’s pre-fall 2014 collection, this double-breasted coat is crafted from textured tweed. The striking black-and-white pattern highlights the intricacy of the woven wool and Italian craftsmanship. Pictured here with: Tom Wood Cushion Ring

Pure Texture: The First Touches of Fall

Pure Texture:
The First Touches of Fall

A sunset that arrives sooner and is less prone to linger. A new crispness in the morning air. A cool evening breeze that promises a fresh season defined by its return to structure and school. These are the earliest signals of fall, a season that adds new texture to one’s days and wardrobe. Protracted and unpredictable, the transition from summer to fall is one of subtle style adjustments led by cozy layers: the cashmere crewneck, the ribbed turtleneck sweater, the tweed coat. These pieces share more than a neutral palette; each is realized in a textile that reveals its depth in distinctive ways.

An open-placket crewneck from Elin Kling’s Totême offers a lighter take on cashmere. The Rhones sweater, named for a river that flows from the Swiss Alps into the Mediterranean, epitomizes the “European preppy” sensibility that Kling sought to capture in her debut collection.
Double-faced construction, subtle vertical accents, and cuffless slevees set Proenza Schouler’s black cashmere crewneck apart from the rest. Pictured here with: Proenza Schouler Stretch Crop Bootcut Jean, Repetto Cendrillon ballerina, Broadway Stool
A staggered and slightly rotated hem becomes a graphic accent on a wide-ribbed turtleneck sweater from Proenza Schouler. The high, doubled collar makes for face-framing texture in a creamy blend of wool and cashmere.
In a heathered hue that evokes the classic sweatshirt, this nuanced grey crewneck from Proenza Schouler is even cozier than the gym staple, thanks to double-faced cashmere and a hint of stretch. The modern, drop-shoulder silhouette is bisected by a vertical accent that is echoed in the side seams, which give way to an open, staggered hem. Pictured here with Tom Wood Oval Ring.
A texture to top them all. A standout piece in Proenza Schouler’s pre-fall 2014 collection, this double-breasted coat is crafted from textured tweed. The striking black-and-white pattern highlights the intricacy of the woven wool and Italian craftsmanship. Pictured here with: Tom Wood Cushion Ring