WARDROBENYC Unveils Concept Store And Its Third Collection
Creating street-ready wardrobes.
As a direct-to-consumer brand created by former YEEZY consultant and stylist for Louis Vuitton, Christine Centenera and partner, Australian designer Josh Goot, WARDROBE.NYC, focuses on creating simple, effortless essentials.
Releasing their latest capsule collection, the luxury range features four and eight-piece wardrobes made up of neutral-toned statement pieces which represent the brand's easy-going attitude with pieces curated for layering and casually throwing on.
Launching their third release, titled “Release 03 | Street”, the collection is a conceptual combination of high fashion, luxury essentials stripped back to their purest form. Designed with modernity in mind, the collection pays homage to the urban culture which has heavily influenced the brand.
The four-piece wardrobe features leggings, a shirt, a cropped long sleeve tee, and a hooded top. The eight-piece wardrobe contains a puffer jacket, knit bodysuit, water repellent trousers and a knit tube-skirt the collection ranges from $600 USD to over $3,000 USD.
With the look book having been shot in Paris, each wardrobe is constructed in all black and produced in limited qualities to maintain the high fashion, timeless reputation of the brand.
Alongside the launch, WARDROBE.NYC is set to open a concept store in Soho, New York. As New York natives, the store will be an innovative space and allow customers to interact with each wardrobe release to date, such as “Tailored”, “Street” and “Sport”.
The range is available to buy now at WARDROBE.NYC.