Drawing the Line

Many stores tout themselves as a “jewel box,” but the new La Ligne shop is the epitome of the concept. Stepping into the boutique reminiscent of a quintessential Parisian apartment, you’ll find sweaters and tops with the brand’s well-known linear designs, along with classic everyday essentials.

Founders Molly Howard, Meredith Melling and Valerie Macaulay used their years in fashion at the likes of Vogue and Rag & Bone to create the popular brand based on the principle that the stripe is a timelessly chic fashion statement. (Brigitte Bardot, Andy Warhol and The Cat in the Hat all famously loved the look.)

left: Breton cashmere sweater with lace front, $395; center: Smocked bodice long balloon sleeve dress, $495; right: Tan wide-rib cardigan, $325

A bold stripe can be the perfect grounding for a floral frock or a subtle pop to an otherwise plain look. La Ligne carries stripes of all colors in varying styles, such as the Marin and the Bastien sweaters (both bestsellers since its beginning in 2016) in addition to everyday dresses and easy bottoms.

The Greenwich store marks La Ligne’s fourth location. And we’re so happy its here! 229 Greenwich Ave., 203-485-0009, lalignenyc.com

left: The store’s Parisian townhouse inspired interior; right: The store’s entryway, wrapped in stripes
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