Olivia Palermo Debuts Fashion Line For Nordstrom

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Style icon, model and business woman, Olivia Palermo, has collaborated on a new range of clothing for Nordstrom’s house brand, Chelsea 28.

Focusing on Olivia’s signature sophisticated and polished style (which she manages to do with ease using a mix of high street and high end luxury brands), the collection showcases an assortment of pieces that have an ultra chic and modern feminine style all at an accessible price point.

The one-year partnership will produce four collections (Spring, Summer, Fall and holiday) and 32 pieces, and will be available in select Nordstrom locations in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico, as well as on Nordstrom.com. The spring collection will range in price from $68 to $448 and will be available starting in February 2016.

“It was important to start with life pieces, as I call them,” says Palermo. “Taking a great navy wide-leg pant, for example, and being able to restyle it.”

Boho dresses to hold sway in the city, menswear-inspired oxford shirting, and stylish everyday jeans that are easily dressed up at a moment’s notice. “Denim is such an important part of one’s wardrobe,” says Palermo, whose collection includes a tailored denim jumpsuit and midi skirt. “It’s important to understand what a girl wants. And Nordstrom has a similar take on the New York woman—she’s a woman on a mission who knows what she’s looking for.”

“The ‘Olivia Palermo + Chelsea28’ collection reflects how a stylish young woman is dressing today,” said Mark Tritton, President of Nordstrom Product Group. “Olivia Palermo is revered around the globe for her style. We know our customers look to her for fashion inspiration, and we saw her consistently on our inspiration boards as well. We think she embodies the Chelsea28 brand perfectly, so it was a very natural choice.”

Here is a sneak peak into the collection:





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