August 27th, 2018
On My Mind

Wardrobe.NYC

As I’m slowly buying a few items for fall, I keep thinking about Wardrobe.NYC, the “anti-fast fashion” direct-to-consumer e-commerce-only collection of tailored essentials that designer Josh Goot and stylist Christine Centenera launched the end of 2017. I love the concept—a complete capsule of luxury pieces, which would create an instant uniform.  Now the duo have launched performance essentials and they look great, too.

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BOTTEGA VENETA

Leather clutch

GUCCI

Cotton denim midi skirt

GUCCI

Suede collarless jacket

GABRIELA HEARST

Casatt double-breasted cotton trench coat

BURBERRY

Chignon monogram silk-satin scarf

TOM FORD

Belted leather-trimmed twill jacket

PRADA

Metallic

JACQUEMUS

Le Bracelet braided-metal bracelet

JACQUEMUS

Figari plunge knot-front top

COMMON PROJECTS

Achilles leather sneakers

DRIES VAN NOTEN

One-shoulder cotton-drill top

PRADA

Croc-effect leather slippers

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  • I have been following them since they launched. Everything looks perfect and I love the concept. It reminds me of Donna Karan and her 7 easy pieces concept.

    Yasmin DolanAugust 27th, 2018  9:29 AM

     
  • Curious as to whether or not anyone has worn or seen these pieces. I’ve been following them too, but wonder about the quality.

    KimAugust 27th, 2018  3:00 PM

     
  • Definitely curious as to the quality and feel of these items. Such a great concept!

    kimAugust 27th, 2018  3:01 PM

     
  • Love! Wish they’d sell the suit pieces separately or in a 3 piece kit because those pants are cute.

    TracyAugust 27th, 2018  6:38 PM

     

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