Harriett Hendren: Catherine Malandrino designs to sell at Kohl's

hhendren@herald-leader.comSeptember 5, 2013 

A Catherine Malandrino for DesigNation cutout shift dress is $88. It'll be available at Kohl's in October.

COURTESY OF KOHL'S

Catherine Malandrino, the designer whose sophisticated women's clothing and accessories are commonly found in boutiques and retailers including Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom, is coming to Kohl's.

The limited-edition collection, scheduled to hit stores Sept. 27, reflects the modern feminine style for which the designer is known. Pieces include an Eiffel Tower embroidered mesh dress, a sleek shift covered in delicate cutouts, and one of fall's must-have items, a quilted motorcycle jacket. Prices range from $30 to $130.

Go to Kohls.com for more info.

More shopping news

The Corman Marketplace opens for the Christmas season with a preview open house 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday at 881 Floyd Drive. There will be 20 percent off store wide except for Christmas trees with plenty of inspiration for transforming the holiday home including more than 25 decorated trees, urban loft and industrial chic holiday items and merchandise in a variety of colors for traditional and contemporary homes.

Ann Greely Interiors hosts a show of the J. McLaughlin fall collection 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday at 497 East Main Street. Most items will be available to take home the day of the show.

Howard & Miller men's clothing store hosts a day of trunk shows 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday at its new location at 400 Old Vine Street. See the latest styles from Samuelsohn, Gitman Brothers, Bills Khakis and Bird Dog Bay neckwear. These brands will be discounted 10 percent, and refreshments will be served.

Harriett Hendren: (859) 231-3324. Email: hhendren@herald-leader.com. Blog: Fashfood.bloginky.com.

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