October Style Edit

October 2016


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VIEW FROM THE TOP

This month, we take our inspiration from a revitalized piece of history with an amazing view: The High Line in New York City. Our new collection elevates your style with innovative design and an urban point of view. We incorporate captivating color and prints that flatter, while indulging in cozy textures and layers. Plus, it’s time to start thinking about coats, hats and scarves as October’s chill fills the air. Explore all that’s new and enjoy the view as you take a stroll through your October Style Edit.

AprilStyleGuide_KateKate McKee
Vice President
Product Design & Development

 

 

 

Curious about the High Line? Visit thehighline.org to learn more.


ELEVATE YOUR STYLE

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“Go ahead, pair those statement tops with dramatically long dusters or faux fur and leather. Don’t worry, no comfort was sacrificed in the creation of these outfits.”


NEW HEIGHTS

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“Raise your style expectations in exciting new prints like gingham, houndstooth and abstract designs. Try them all – we fashioned these looks with your curves in mind!”


ENJOY THE HUE

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“Magenta and berry take you from office to dinner and beyond. Find comfort in the newest fall hues. There are countless shades and endless possibilities.”


 STYLES TO WEEKEND IN

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“Wherever your weekend takes you, make sure you’re cozy in activewear, cardigans or fleece. Pair your favorite layers with comfortable pants and you’ll be weekend ready in no time.


COVETED COATS

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“Boucle Jackets are made of yarns coiled and cozy, for cocoa drinkers and ski-lodge-sitters. Anorak coats have plenty of pockets and durable material, for those who brave the elements.”


WARM YOUR HEART

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“Pile on the layers and laugh away the cold. We’ve got all the cold weather accessories you need to make it through winter.”