Fashion with American style. Distinctive clothes for women. Easy separates for the way you live now. Choose a complete look or add pieces that fit easily into your wardrobe for a quick and stylish update. Go to: Shoshanna, In Earnest by Byron Lars, Plenty by Tracy Reese, Corey Lynn Calter, Peter Som for Anthropologie, BLANKNYC, MOTHER, Hunter Bell
Caron Callahan designs clothes for spirited women with a playful, fashion-forward sensibility. Inspired by her neighbors, friends, and loved ones - along with worldwide travels and a background in fashion design - her pieces wed subtle femininity with functional, streamlined silhouettes.
A San Francisco native who earned insta-praise and was lauded as Women's Wear Daily's Rookie of the Year for his first collection, Byron Lars specializes in expertly structured, sensuously cut silhouettes.
With experience gained in opera houses, Broadway shows and New York's punk scene, Corey Lynn Calter's eponymous line is defined by original prints, flattering cuts and punchy hues that are inspired by her vast and varied background.
This season, we're thrilled to announce an exclusive collaboration with world-renowned fashion designer Peter Som. A celebration of color and print, Peter Som for Anthropologie draws inspiration from the crisp yet rugged beauty of Greece. Each wanderlust-inspired piece calls to mind the elegance of a casual seaside frolic, while our inclusively-sized fits promise a sense of comfort that's destined to feel like home - no matter where your travels take you. Check out our interview with Peter Som to learn more about his vision for this only-at-Anthro collection.
Born from Manhattan's edgy, effortless street style, BLANKNYC's attention to detail, fit, and fabric is unsurpassed. Since 2007, they've offered endless iterations of cool-girl classics - think distressed denim and timeless moto jackets - that make everyday outfits iconic.
The denim mavens at indie label MOTHER are known for an innovative approach to super-soft fabrics that offers wear-all-day comfort. Crafted in LA in a range of modern fits meant for all types of women, their irreverently named silhouettes - The Dropout, The Runaway, and The Looker, to name just a few - gained them a cult following and a reputation as cheeky industry darlings.
A born-and-bred Manhattanite, Shoshanna Gruss studied art history before pursuing her passion for design full-time. Her dedication to flattering silhouettes and a penchant for whimsical details have made her a mainstay in the industry since the debut of her first dress collection in 1998.
Hope For Flowers by Tracy Reese and Plenty by Tracy Reese
American designer Tracy Reese’s mission statement is simple: ‘to make every woman feel beautiful.’ Flattering and feminine, each of Tracy’s silhouettes complements its wearer’s natural beauty, showcasing her inherent uniqueness and charm. Tracy Reese's new capsule collection fuses high-quality, ethically-sourced materials with one-of-a-kind patterns and prints for designs that make you look - and feel - fabulous when you walk out the door. Featuring signature silhouettes along with collaborations with artists from Reese's native Detroit, Hope For Flowers is as distinctive and fashion-forward as it is gentle on the earth.
Armed with a sketchpad and a dream, designer Hunter Bell founded her eponymous fashion label in 2006. In the years since, her collection of playful, romantic silhouettes has expanded to hundreds of boutiques nationwide. Crafted with care, each Hunter Bell piece is designed to make women feel bold, beautiful, and empowered at once.