Tomorrow, John Eshaya (the legendary executive formerly behind womenswear at Ron Herman) is opening the first free-standing boutique devoted to his basics line, JET, in the former Fred Segal Beauty space in Santa Monica. We are psyched: the store will carry not only his women's and children's collections, but also an exclusive men's line and branded scarves and pillows–and not a single piece will cost more than $160!
Beginning Tuesday, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will launch a new audio-guided tour, Costume: The Art of The Dress, narrated by Sarah Jessica Parker. Based on the volunteer-guided tour conceived three years ago to highlight historical costume in the museum's permanent collections, including painting and sculpture, the audio program will include interviews with The Costume Institute's Harold Kota, among others. It's not like we need another reason to go to the Met, but a bit of Carrie served up with historical couture just made the proposition that much sweeter…
And here at ClosetCouture, retailer RareChic has got one fab sale going: tons of items are marked down, and right now, you can take an additional 35% off both sale and regular-priced items by entering the code Nov35 at checkout. Happy Shopping!
JET Boutique, 420 Broadway, in Santa Monica, opens Monday, November 24th.
Costume: The Art of the Dress, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, opens Tuesday, November 25th.
RareChic Sale, through ClosetCouture Retailer RareChic.
Silk minidress, Tucker by Gaby Basora, available through ClosetCouture Retailer RareChic.