The Row

So I was trolling around Bergdorf Goodman today when I came across clothes from The Row. Grouped in the third floor with such designers as Yohji Yamamoto, Martin Margiela and Doo.Ri., the clothes exuded a beautiful quietly loud glamour. I thought it was great that they were incorporated into the rest of the clothes, no extra pomp or attention paid to it. On their rack, with their beautiful subtle label, they stood on their own, ready to be judged on their merits alone, and not the famous names that usually precede them. Items on display included a beautiful super aggro fur coat, a Herve Leger-style banded dress, a blazer and many beautiful basic tees. The clothes look great in pictures, but when you feel how soft the tees are, you understand what the fuss is all about. They are seriously the softest pieces I've ever seen in my life. They were simple and sheer and superbly sexy. They come with a hefty price tag (the shirts start at about $200), but I truly think they are worth it. They are like your favorite tee that you've worn a million times, except it comes like that. I can only imagine how awesome they will be after you've worn them a million times. Because trust me, if you buy one of these pieces, you most certainly will.

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