The store usually sells Ulla Johnson's masculine classics designs for women - sailor trousers, henley tees -- shrunken to sexy proportions. Johnson's specialty is her fit.
Flat-front trousers ($220). sweaters: fitted cashmeres with touches like leather-covered duffle buttons ($290–$365).
“I feel like the most difficult part of my job is distilling the millions of ideas I have into something that’s cohesive.” Says the 27-year-old Brooklyn-based fashion designer, breezy, blowing past the heavy lifting – distribution, production, fabric sourcing – that lies beneath the gossamer scrim of her business.