I used to be a huge fan of MINT by Jodi Arnold. Last year, the designer decided to drop MINT and just go by Jodi Arnold. Her latest project is a collaboration with The Limited. Like her higher-end creations, her clothes are feminine-chic but way easier on the pocket. "At the end of the day, I just want to create clothes that have soul and authenticity," Jodi said. That they have. Proof is in the Spring look book — it's filled with uplifting ensembles that are unfussy but totally interesting. Read more of Jodi's thoughts on the collaboration and shop away.
Remember The Limited? I actually used to work there when I was in high school. It was one of my favorite stores back in the day, but sorta disappeared in the late '90s. The brand — under new ownership — is making a major comeback with a new look, new collaborations, and new stores. For starters, The Limited opened up a pop-up store in NYC, Oct. 14-17, so shoppers can reacquaint themselves with its name. '80s labels Forenza and Outback Red also relaunched their partnership with the brand. "Forenza can give us an anchor for that younger sensibility,” said Linda Heasley, CEO of The Limited. Mint designer Jodi Arnold has also inked a deal with the brand for an exclusive collab slated to launch in March featuring embellished rompers, pants, shorts, and tops. Sounds promising!
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