If you could pick a superpower, it would be to predict the future.
Can’t help you there. But we’ve at least deciphered your wardrobe’s destiny: Find the answers in TheEternal’s fall collection, which hits stores this week.
Taking its name from a William Blake poem (“and eternity in an hour”) and the inspiration for its spring capsule collection from an Edward Weston photo, TheEternal bears a sophisticated polish rare for a town where flip-flops pass for eveningwear.
Tapping into a sexy/edgy minimalist vibe, the line covers cool-kid staples like leather leggings, slinky black dresses, silk maxiskirts, and, of course, the requisite biker jacket. And with L.A. fashion industry vets Michael Abe and Jon Rhinerson behind the seams, it’s no wonder the new label has gotten all kinds of out-of-the-gate buzz.
But we see it sticking around for, like, ever.
Available at Curve, 154 North Robertson Boulevard, between Beverly Boulevard and West Third Street, West Hollywood (31o-360-8008); Satine, 8143 West Third Street, between South Kilkea Drive and South Crescent Heights Boulevard, West Hollywood (323-655-2142); Ron Herman, 8100 Melrose Avenue, at Crescent Heights Boulevard, West Hollywood (323-651-4129 or ronherman.com). To see styles, go to theeternalcollection.com, $153-$1,998.
Photo: Courtesy of TheEternal