- Sara Ehlers |
Los Angeles - Jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer is introducing ready-to-wear into her label this month. Pairing with Barneys New York, Meyer is releasing a 12-piece fall capsule collection.
Meyer has worked with Barneys in the past, as the company was one of the first to pick up her jewelry designs. The two joining forces for their newest collaboration will also double as a celebration for Meyer’s 10-year anniversary with Barneys. “I wanted to find a unique way to celebrate [the anniversary], and I’ve always taken notice to how stylish Jennifer was,” Daniella Vitale, chief operating officer of Barneys, told WWD. The collection will be Meyer’s first foray into focusing on clothes rather than accessories.
“Designing a clothing collection was a completely different experience for me,” Meyer told the publication. She said the collaboration consists of her “go-to” staple pieces and her favorite pieces of clothing. The 12-piece capsule collection will feature clothing items such as outerwear, cardigans, dresses, and more. The Meyer style-based collection has Parisian chic influences as well as laid-back Cali styled pieces. Prices for the collaboration will range from 150 to 1,025 dollars. The exact date is not yet confirmed, but the collection will be available later on in November.