haute hoodie Loungewear & Intimates: Comfort is Key

Introducing haute hoodie – an exciting new line from the founder and creative director of internationally recognized brand, Haute Hippie. The new collection features cool, comfortable and well made “sunday” clothes for women and men. 

Inspired by co-creative directors Trish Wescoat Pound and Jesse Cole’s “Sunday kind of love” and relaxed weekend lifestyle, the line is a true labor of love and an authentic collaboration.

In late November, haute hoodie opened its first retail store and customer experience at a pop-up shop located at 211 Elizabeth Street in New York City, in anticipation of moving to its permanent location in Nolita which is scheduled to open in February of 2012.

haute hoodie’s in-store colonial tent aesthetic, together with its team of in-house stylists and a collection that has been specially curated, will create a truly unique shopping experience.

Designed for like-minded global nomads everywhere – haute hoodie is about being part of a tribe, with a feeling of wanderlust and thirst for travel; attempting to capture the unique feeling that is gained when you experience something for the first time. A tribe that embraces the spirit of the nomad. Unbound by convention, type, ethnicity, country or geography.

Comfort is key- haute hoodie is all about knits. Clothes you wear when you want to be relaxed but still look cool. Clothes you wear when you are: dropping your child off at school, getting coffee at Starbucks, having brunch with friends, taking long walks in the country, going to the movies, taking an early morning stroll on the beach, at a football game and of course, on those trans-continental flights.

Since haute hoodie considers how you style, wear and layer to be as important as what you wear, they will have stylists on hand for both the launch party as well as at certain specialized styling events throughout our residence. Educating customers about “the art of the layer” – to create complete, effortlessly cool looks.

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