Marc Cain opens in The Westchester

The brand’s eclectic products pop against the modern, clean interior of a Marc Cain store. Photograph courtesy Marc Cain.
The luxury European brand synonymous with sophisticated spunk offers eclectic designs for the free-spirited woman.

She’s sexy. She’s confident. She’s bold.

She’s the Marc Cain woman — and she’s shopping at the luxury brand’s newest store, at The Westchester in White Plains. 

Based in Germany, the brand caters to the free-spirited, laidback woman who’s sophisticatedly spunky and comfortable in her own skin. The clothing embodies an eclectic mix of forward prints, colors and styles that is designed for every type of function. As the company website says, “Marc Cain is a love letter to all women.”

This season’s soaring temps call for flirty, feminine, beach-to-brunch wear — because when she finally has a moment to herself under the sun, clothing should be the least of a girl’s worries.

Marc Cain’s beach collection is a celebration of wildlife with a fierce jungle motif of leopards and a tropical rainforest, offset by black-and-white stripes and polka dots, with fuchsia as a binding accent color. Items include elasticized bikinis, silky tunics and capes, cotton beach towels, sundresses with drawstring tassels at the waist, printed, rubber sandals and woven bast hats with wide brims. 

For those spicy summer nights, the Cuban Soul Collection features free-flowing fabrics in vivid, tropical colors. Made for the dance floor, it has flares, flounces and rivets that encourage movement. Straight-cut, satin dresses are offset by appliqué decorations, including prints of palm trees, butterflies, blossoms and parrots, with sequins and netting creating points of emphasis. 

A selection of items, including silk scarves, add to the Latin feel by incorporating images of Havana. 

And while the cooler months feel like light-years away — or so we hope — Marc Cain’s innovative “Knit & Wear 100 Percent Made in Germany” line offers seam-free pullovers, skirts, cardigans and coats with knitted-on pockets. Using a special knitting technique and yarn sourced from Germany and Italy, 100 machines work around the clock to produce imaginative patterns and designs in just one simple step. 

To have one of these Marc Cain designs is to own a piece of fashion’s future. These items, made at the company’s headquarters in Bodelshausen, demonstrate the brand’s focus on improving sufficiency, reducing its carbon footprint and remaining as fashion-forward as possible.

This is the second Marc Cain store to open in the states, following one in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Marc Cain, which offers women’s clothing, accessories, bags and shoes, is on the first level near the Neiman Marcus wing of The Westchester at 125 Westchester Ave.

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