@hummingbird ITA that it's nice to see something "new" being shilled on the Q. I'm in the same boat as @AuntCarol, I've lived through that era (actually broke an ankle when I "fell off" one of my platform shoes😧!) I'll look out of curiosity (it will be interesting to see which host they pair with it) but don't think I'll be buying.
As suspected, after perusing the interweb, this line with a "West Coast sense of ease" is being sold both at Bergdorf Goodman and Nordy's. BG only has two pieces for sale on its site, both marked down. Do I detect yet another loser line the Q's picking up?
I realize it's early still, so if you have a weak stomach, you may want to avoid how BG is marketing it. "Haute Hippie is a line of women’s clothing, based in Manhattan and under the creative direction of Cady Vaccaro. The collection is romantic, empowering, and inspired by heroines past and present. Fine materials and craftsmanship update and enhance bohemian looks, for the flower child with high standards. The Haute Hippie line is meant to be layered and mixed so that each ensemble takes on a life of its own, perfectly capturing the mood of the wearer. Flowing skirts, draped tops, and silky dresses comprise the collection, which transitions easily throughout the seasons. Shop a selection of women’s clothing from Haute Hippie at Bergdorf Goodman".
"West Coast Sense of Ease". I thought Manhattan was on the East Coast. Of course, I live in the middle of the country, so excuse my lack of sophistication!!!!!!
Hmmm........meant to be layered and mixed, sounds like Loco Lori may have some competition coming her way.
So much for the Q trying to appeal to a younger market share. Guess when many of them are still living at home, working a couple jobs to pay off student loans, there's not a lot disposable income among this market share.