New York Fashion Week is right around the corner, and the company that’s been working on its new “sober” collection is officially announcing the collection.
The line, dubbed “sophisticated and refined,” is available to pre-order today, and will be available through mid-March.
The collection features a range of high-end pieces from brands like Dior and Prada, as well as from the likes of Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Versace.
The “siberian look,” as the brand is calling it, is inspired by the look of the mid-20th century.
It includes “sporting wear, tailored clothing, and luxurious shoes,” the brand says.
The first wave of the collection will be released in February.
The new collection will come in two sizes: “sporty” and “casual.”
It will feature three pieces: a “sultry lace-up top,” a “chic cocktail dress,” and a “luxurious dress with an elegant back.”
The brand is also rolling out a new “dapper dress” in April.
The brand says that “sore” will be a new lookbook staple.
Weighing in at 8.5 ounces, the dress is constructed from “surgical-grade materials and is made of soft, flexible and breathable nylon.”
The dress also has a “vibrant print” in the shape of a flower.
“Sore” comes in a range from “classic” to “tortoise” with a “taste that will make you fall in love with it,” according to the brand.
The dress is available for pre-orders starting at $130, while “sorority cut” is $180.
More details on the “sister brand” and the brand’s “safer, more stylish lookbook” are available on the brand website.