LOOKS

THE ART OF TONAL DRESSING

If you’re looking for fresh style ideas this season, we suggest the art of tonal dressing. It’s a great way to get creative and remix pieces you currently own. While the impact is high, it’s as easy as selecting two to three separates in the same color family (top, bottom, shoe), with different textures, statement cuts, and unique details. When executed with intention, tonal dressing establishes a cool, cohesive look that’s unexpected and eye-catching.

Here, Anine shows how she’s been employing this style trick recently with red, white, and the most classic uniform color of all: black.

 

Corey Sweater  //  Frankie Trouser in Red  //  Frankie Boots

 

Red is a power color by nature, and wearing it all over sends a confident message. Here, Anine pairs the ANINE BING angora Corey Sweater with our cropped, kick-flare Frankie Trouser in red. The sharp silhouette of the retro pants offsets the fuzzy feel on top, for a vibrant and interesting outfit. Though she opted for footwear contrast in the form of our white Frankie Boots, she would just as soon wear this same look with the Stevie Boot in Red Suede, for a true head-to-toe tonal look.

 

Alex Denim Jacket in White  //  Frida Jeans in White (COMING SOON)  //  Frankie Boots

 

Nothing says summer like a crisp, all-white ensemble—and all the better if it’s done in denim on denim. This look feels classic and carefree, with a slight nod to the ‘90s. Here, Anine styles the Alex Denim Jacket in White with our Frida Jeans in White (these jeans are launching soon, so stay tuned!), and the Frankie Boot in White. Like above, however, she opted for one accessory in a totally contrasting color for the perfect pop—the Larchmont sunglasses in Black.

 

 

Mock Neck Tee  // Cooper Leather Jacket //  Stella Jean in Black  // Stevie Boot in Black Patent

 

“To make an all-black outfit dynamic, add different shapes and textures,” says Anine. Here, she demonstrates a deft mix of silhouettes and details: a washed mock-neck turtleneck peeking out of an ultra-saturated black leather jacket; a pair of faded, wide-leg denim jeans that boast a raw hem; and a trio of black accessories to round out the look—patent leather boots, sunnies, and a leather bag.

 

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What’s your go-to color for a monochrome look? Let us know in the comments below!

 

 

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In preparation for summer, we’re excited to launch our new Technicolor Jewelry Collection: a capsule of rainbow-diamond pieces that are festive and dazzling, yet cool and understated. The small glints of color bring a fun, ’70s vibe to your look. And though the jewelry is undeniably glamorous, it’s still subtle enough for everyday wear.

Inspired by the psychedelic Summer of Love in all its grooviness, the Eternity Band, Hoop, and Bar Stud vary in size and color—red, pink, blue, green, and yellow diamonds. Add them to your existing repertoire of gold, silver, and rose gold jewelry for a delicate dose of whimsy.

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BEHIND THE SCENES

The Classics: Playlist | ANINE BING

 

At the ANINE BING headquarters in downtown Los Angeles, the music is always on. Hand-picked Spotify playlists are the lifeforce that fuels our creativity and inspires our designs.

The launch of every collection is marked by the creation of a new playlist that captures the essence of that season’s style and story.

Because we love taking you behind-the-scenes, we’ve decided to share our playlists with you, kicking things off with The Classics playlist.

The ANINE BING Classics Collection is a selection of our core, statement pieces—the fashion we’re best known for: vintage t-shirts, leather moto jackets, rigid denim, menswear blazers, and studded boots. Summed up, this capsule collection is the embodiment of effortless style with a rock ‘n’ roll edge.

If you look at the names of some of the items in our Classics Collection, you’ll see where our inspiration comes from. There’s the Stevie Boot, named after Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac and the Bowie Leather Jacket for none other, the David Bowie, may he rest in peace.

Check out our playlist below, and crank up the volume. The musical icons represented here were unapologetic rabble rousers, creative visionaries that inspire us now and will continue to for years to come.

 

Let us know which bands or sounds you’re loving right now—we’re always expanding our repertoire!

We’re thrilled to share the news of our store opening at 81 Greene Street in Soho—the ultra-walkable and chic Manhattan neighborhood. Our store is a cozy, two-level spot that feels like a friend’s apartment, full of touches that are personal to Anine and her tastes. Please come visit us any time, and try on those pieces you’ve been eyeing online!

 

Today we bring you a guide to Soho, so you can get the most out of your visit the next time you find yourself in NYC.

 

ANINE BING SOHO – GREENE STREET

81 Greene Street, 10012 NEW YORK, NY  

 

HOURS:

Mon – Sat: 11AM – 7PM

Sun: 11AM – 5PM

 

Soho Grand

For a quintessential SoHo experience, book a room at this upscale boutique hotel with historic roots and awe-worthy architecture.

 

 

The Marlton

Boasting small but thoughtfully designed rooms and a delicious cafe, this sweet establishment is ideal for romantics and travelers seeking a home away from home.

 

The Mercer

The sister hotel to L.A.’s famed Chateau Marmont, this ultra-chic spot offers loft-like rooms and full spa amenities for the ultimate in relaxation.

 

Washington Square Park

If you’re up for sauntering the streets of lower Manhattan, head to this charming park with its iconic 19th-century arch and next-level people watching.

 

The Strand

This bookstore is a New York institution and a relic from a time untouched by modern technology. Browse, read, and become nostalgic for simpler times.

 

Joyce Theater

New York City is known for its rich performing arts culture, and this art deco theater is no exception. The Joyce Theater supports a diverse dance scene that will inspire you to no end. Be sure to check out what’s on the schedule when you’re in town.

 

Ground Support

As the name implies, this cafe is the perfect pick-me-up for a strong cup of coffee and house-made sandwich in between sightseeing.

 

Dr. Smood

This catchy place stands for “Smart Food for a Good Mood.” In a nutshell, it’s healthy fast food so you can get back to your busy day, ASAP.

 

Balthazar

This French bistro on a bustling corner in Soho feels like an intimate Parisian sidewalk cafe. A favorite of the in-the-know fashion crowd, it’s the go-to for a late afternoon glass of wine and lingering conversation.

 

La Esquina

This buzzy spot on the corner of Lafayette and Kenmare Streets in SoHo offers Mexican food for an energetic, cool-kid crowd.

 

Carbone

You can’t visit NYC without a great Italian meal, and Carbone is a classic. Think: old-school vibes you’d get from a Scorsese film.

 

C. O. Bigelow

It doesn’t get more authentic than this family-run apothecary that’s been in business since 1838. Fair warning—the temptation to buy a suitcase full of products will be overwhelming.

 

 

Tenoverten

It’s fair to call this hip nail salon a cult-favorite, with a devoted base of beauty editors and bloggers who swear by its non-toxic manicures.

 

 

Pratima Spa

If you’re in the market for some quality “me” time, make this Ayurvedic skincare spa your destination. Founded on the premise of healing skin through a customized, holistic approach, you’ll leave feeling renewed, refreshed, and glowing.

 

 

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