La Ligne Links With Theory on Melrose Avenue Pop-up

IN LINE SPACE: New York direct-to-consumer brand La Ligne has teamed with Theory to give the West Coast a dose of the stripe in real life.
The brand, sold through the company’s New York online shop and Net-a-porter, bows a pop-up Monday at Theory’s Melrose Avenue store, which remains open through May 26. It’s the second pop-up the company’s done with Theory, the first being in New York.
“It’s a really great thing for us to be able to see how customers react to the product when they can see and touch it,” said La Ligne cofounder and chief executive Molly Howard. “Because of the way that our company’s positioned, a lot [of what] you see in the fashion magazines, the customer’s not necessarily fully aware we’re direct-to-consumer. Because we’re direct-to-consumer, we priced our products accordingly. So you’re paying a contemporary price point, but it’s luxury quality.”
Howard founded the brand in 2016, launching it with former Vogue editors Meredith Melling and Valerie Boster.
The Theory Melrose Avenue pop-up represents the brand’s first major event, aside from trunk shows, outside of New York.
The company’s repurposed vintage T-shirt collection, called Save Our Stripes and retailing for $155, will be part of the Los Angeles pop-up. The

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Source: Women’s Wear Daily
La Ligne Links With Theory on Melrose Avenue Pop-up

La Ligne Links With Theory on Melrose Avenue Pop-up


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