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This afternoon, Mansur Gavriel showed its very first clothing collection at a runway show held in its New York City store. Last Fashion Week, founders Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel announced they’d be adding ready-to-wear to their handbag and shoe line, and that when it debuted, it’d be shoppable immediately. They’ve been teasing it on Instagram this month, but now we know what the whole thing looks like — and it is indeed available to shop right now.
The collection itself is broken down into two categories, outerwear and knitwear (sweaters, dresses, and pants), made in cashmere, wool, wool cashmere, and camel hair. Prices start at $295 for a short-sleeve mohair crewneck and run up to $1,490 for a wool cashmere long coat (the rest of the coats range from $895 to $1,095).
Two things that aren’t super surprising here: It’s expensive, and it’s already selling out on the Mansur site. (It’s also available on Net-a-Porter today, and it will be at Bergdorf Goodman on Tuesday.) Below, a few highlights with links to buy, should you have the cash to burn.