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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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Serene and Sculpted:
Introducing Khaite’s Spring Collection

Photographed by Hanna Tveite

The first spring/summer collection from New York-based Khaite looks to the Italian seaside settings of Purple Noon, the 1960 film adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s The Talented Mr. Ripley, as inspiration for warmth that is crisp rather than cozy in its allure. Developed as a travel-ready wardrobe, the pieces—elegantly abbreviated tops, A-line skirts, sculpted knits, cropped trousers, a fluid trench—are unified by their feminine proportions and inviting textures.

 

The prevailing lightness of cotton poplin and satin-back crepe is balanced by new viscose knits: the dense, compact, and seasonally appropriate opposite of the lofty cashmere that has become a Khaite signature.
Click/tap image to shop the items pictured. Khaite Franny Top and Marion Skirt, Manolo Blahnik for Khaite Okaya Mule
Click/tap image to shop the items pictured. Khaite Alexa Bodysuit and Celia Skirt
We’re moving away from the word ‘essential,’ because it’s more about what’s cherished. Catherine Holstein, Creative Director, Khaite
Click/tap image to shop the items pictured. Khaite Renee Sweater and Edith Pant, Manolo Blahnik for Khaite Okaya Mule

 

Accents take the form of angled-to-flatter slits and tortoiseshell-toned buttons. The richly mottled neutral is reprised in Khaite sunglasses and raffia mules by Manolo Blahnik.
Click/tap image to shop the items pictured. Khaite Danielle Tank and Cora Pant

 

Animated by contrast topstitching, a collarless trench transitions effortlessly between seasons. The collection’s palette of neutral hues gains a nautical edge from navy and ivory stripes.
Click/tap image to shop the item pictured. Khaite Isadora Trench

Lighting Jon Ervin
Styling Vanessa Traina
Hair Rita Marmor at Streeters
Makeup Daniel Martin at The Wall Group
Model Sunniva Vaatevik

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

Serene and Sculpted: Introducing Khaite’s Spring Collection

Serene and Sculpted:
Introducing Khaite’s Spring Collection

Photographed by Hanna Tveite

The first spring/summer collection from New York-based Khaite looks to the Italian seaside settings of Purple Noon, the 1960 film adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s The Talented Mr. Ripley, as inspiration for warmth that is crisp rather than cozy in its allure. Developed as a travel-ready wardrobe, the pieces—elegantly abbreviated tops, A-line skirts, sculpted knits, cropped trousers, a fluid trench—are unified by their feminine proportions and inviting textures.

 

The prevailing lightness of cotton poplin and satin-back crepe is balanced by new viscose knits: the dense, compact, and seasonally appropriate opposite of the lofty cashmere that has become a Khaite signature.
Click/tap image to shop the items pictured. Khaite Franny Top and Marion Skirt, Manolo Blahnik for Khaite Okaya Mule
Click/tap image to shop the items pictured. Khaite Alexa Bodysuit and Celia Skirt
We’re moving away from the word ‘essential,’ because it’s more about what’s cherished. Catherine Holstein, Creative Director, Khaite
Click/tap image to shop the items pictured. Khaite Renee Sweater and Edith Pant, Manolo Blahnik for Khaite Okaya Mule

 

Accents take the form of angled-to-flatter slits and tortoiseshell-toned buttons. The richly mottled neutral is reprised in Khaite sunglasses and raffia mules by Manolo Blahnik.
Click/tap image to shop the items pictured. Khaite Danielle Tank and Cora Pant

 

Animated by contrast topstitching, a collarless trench transitions effortlessly between seasons. The collection’s palette of neutral hues gains a nautical edge from navy and ivory stripes.
Click/tap image to shop the item pictured. Khaite Isadora Trench

Lighting Jon Ervin
Styling Vanessa Traina
Hair Rita Marmor at Streeters
Makeup Daniel Martin at The Wall Group
Model Sunniva Vaatevik

Shop all fashion

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