The most recent capsule assortment by Los Angeles-based denim model Liverpool faucets into the loyal fan base of 1 widespread girls’s life-style weblog.
The corporate teamed with Residing in Yellow founder Erin Schrader and her all-female crew to create the Liverpool Los Angeles x Residing in Yellow assortment. The collaboration, which launched Tuesday at Nordstrom and on Liverpool’s e-commerce website, contains six denims kinds obtainable in sizes 0-16, a flexible blazer and a traditional denim jacket.
Previous to the launch, greater than 1,000 consumers signed up for early entry to the gathering on Liverpooljeans.com.
The denims are named after Residing in Yellow employees members. The Erin is a distressed, cuffed girlfriend jean—the founder’s private favourite. The Claire is a pull-on jean, the Hannah is a high-rise skinny black jean, the Cassidy is a cropped straight leg and the Steph is a high-rise skinny with two inseam choices. The gathering additionally contains the Lauren jean jacket and a tan blazer—a refined various for Zoom conferences. The road retails for $89-$119.
Based in 2011 by Erin Schrader as a platform to share the on a regular basis issues that make her excited, Residing in Yellow has grown right into a hub for model recommendation, journey concepts, recipes and procuring guides, in addition to ideas for procuring sustainably and internet hosting digital clothes swaps.
“We’re so excited to be partnering with Liverpool who shares the same ardour to create relatable style that matches everyone and makes her really feel assured day-after-day,” Schrader mentioned. “For years, Liverpool has been a private and reader favourite at Residing in Yellow so the chance to collaborate collectively on a group was a pure subsequent step.”
Collaboration is a technique Liverpool is refreshing its assortment. Together with the Residing in Yellow capsule, the model launched a group with WRDSMTH, the L.A. road artist identified for classic typewriter designs and inspirational textual content. Known as Hope Chest, the limited-edition assortment provides attire and present objects with hopeful messages. A portion of proceeds from the gathering goes towards the Downtown Girls’s Heart, an L.A.-based group that helps girls affected by homelessness.