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Practical women's clothing brand Eileen Fisher and "edgy" are not two words we would typically write in the same sentence. But the company has launched The Fisher Project, which WWD reports is a new 30-piece capsule collection that pushes the boundaries of the brand's trademark, comfy basics.
The Fisher Project includes a sheer, racer-back, a drop-waist tank in nude; mosaic print slouchy pants; jersey drawstring harem shorts; chevron print pleated shorts, and a bateau neck sweater with cutout neckline and dolman sleeves, among other unexpected offerings. Prices range from from $148 to $1,098. They've rolled out the collection at select Bloomingdale's across the country, including San Francisco's in the Westfield Centre.
· Eileen Fisher Unveils Two New Retail Concepts [Racked]
· Eileen Fisher [Official Site]