Vince Commits to Size Inclusivity with a New Collection

Barry Samaha
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Photo credit: Vince
Photo credit: Vince

From Harper's BAZAAR

While high fashion labels, via sites like 11Honore, and fast fashion brands like Topshop and H&M have been in the plus-sized market for years, there have been veritable crickets in the contemporary market for extended sizes. Vince is working to change that by committing to size inclusivity. The California-based label—known for its assortment of sleek staples—released a new collection that offers extended sizing, from 18 to 24. The new line will sit alongside its ready-to-wear pieces, which start at size 00.

“It is quite exciting to take this important step forward for Vince in developing a more inclusive line, and with it, a more inclusive community,” said Caroline Belhumeur, the creative director of Vince. “We’re thrilled to be able to connect with this customer and offer her the level of quality and luxury she deserves.”

The collection features a variety of elevated basics, including V-neck cashmere-blend sweaters in gray and burgundy; silk blouses in select pastel colors and floral prints; long-sleeve, crew-neck shirts; pima cotton tees; roomy, front-pleated trousers; bias-cut satin slips; and collarless coats in earthy tones.

Prices start at $80 for T-shirts and top out at $895 for outwear to keep the line affordable so as to appeal to a wider base of the historically underserved shoppers.

“We identified this as an underserved market some time ago and have been working diligently over the past year to create the absolute best product available at this price point,” said Marie Fogel, the brand’s SVP of merchandising, product development, and production,“We can’t wait for the customer to experience the superior quality of these pieces firsthand.”

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