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Owner of Satine—West 3rd Street's go-to boutique for high-end labels such as Alexander Wang, Tsumori Chisato, 3.1 Phillip Lim, and Vanessa Bruno—Jeannie Lee's now collabing with Anthropologie to created a collection of intimates, Bocini, hitting the boho-chic stores in January, along with Anthropologie.com and in-store at Satine.
Ranging from $18-$88 and including an "understated collection of bras, panties and chemises," WWD reports Lee co-owns and co-designed the Bocini line with Virginia Pereira.
The designers were inspired by "'everything Italian,' as well as men’s wear details such as buttons and keyholes with strong vintage references...subtle and flattering cuts in everything from silk to jersey and pointelle cottons, finished with rustic lace trim and embroidered details. Fabrics include striped silk and floral prints in a muted palette of taupe, blush and ivory."
· Satine Boutique Gets Intimate for Anthropologie [WWD, subscription req]