For many throughout the past few years, Hailey Bieber's own style has dominated mood boards. Now, she is finally releasing a line that is sure to be highly sought after and was inspired by her personal own wardrobe. Given the model's fondness of oversized coats and blazers, and combining those with easy, everyday layering pieces, the partnership is only logical.
In a formal news release, Bieber stated, “I was drawn to Wardrobe.NYC because I've always loved building my own wardrobe based on the perfect essential pieces."
Josh Goot and Christine Centenera founded Wardrobe.NYC in 2017 to offer luxury capsule wardrobes in either four-piece or eight-piece sets. To avoid fa ds and extra waste, the brand offers classic shapes and high-quality clothing that can be combined or worn separately with your existing collection. Five years on, Wardrobe.NYC celebrated their milestone with a unique collaboration with Hailey Bieber.
Bieber expressed via a post on Instagram, “Hailey Bieber x @wardrobe.nyc IS FINALLY HEREEEE!!! 2 years in the making with @christinecentenera and @josh_goot, these pieces are what my idea of the perfect essentials are this fall/winter and every season in between that can be your permanent staple pieces. I hope you all love them as much as I do.”
You can purchase 11 fall-ready pieces which was launched on Thursday, Sept. 15, fusing Bieber's distinctive style with allusions to Wardrobe.NYC codes unique to New York. The emphasis of the collection is on elegant tailoring, outerwear, going-out styles, and leisure. All of the clothing is sourced and produced in Europe using Italian textiles, and in limited quantities.
For a total of $1,750, customers can get the four-piece wardrobe bundle that consists of the HB Blazer, HB Mini Dress, HB Long Sleeve Tee, and their choice of the HB Trouser or HB Leggings. The HB Coat, HB Track Top, HB Track Pant, and HB Ribbed Tank are additional pieces included in the eight-piece package, which costs $3,750 in total. A knit sweater and oversized tee, meanwhile, can be purchased on their own. They can all be bought separately if you only have your eye on one item.
“My personal style comes through in all the pieces, from the casual comfy ones to the more elevated, structured items,” Bieber said in an interview. “My style constantly mixes comfort and elevation, which is what I wanted to do with these clothes.” When designing the offering, Bieber shared with Vogue that the tailoring and fit took center stage.
Centenera added: "Hailey and I met many years ago, and went on to work together on various shoots. I've always admired her maturity, kindness, optimism and fresh outlook on fashion and life. Hailey has been a great supporter of the label and it felt natural to work together on her signature wardrobe."