Morphew, the New York City vintage clothing brand beloved by Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kate Moss, Nicole Richie, and more, are holding their annual archive sale on July 18th – 21st at their midtown showroom. True fans can RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for the early bird sale on July 17th. With vintage pieces ranging from 1800’s to 1990’s and prices ranging from $38 to $200, this is a chance for shopper to acquire a one-off piece of fashion history.
This was an earlier sighting of Morphew’s product in action.
Morphew is a premiere source for designers, collectors, editors and stylists for the rarest pieces of fashion’s past all sourced with an eye towards modern trends. Florence Welch, Nicole Richie, Rihanna, and Miley Cyrus are all wearers of their luxury vintage pieces from brands including Halston, Schiaparelli, Moschino, and Chanel, as well as non-designer perfectly preserved vintage pieces from the past 100 years. Morphew is a unique brand steeped in rich historical concepts, tailored to fashion’s most influential creators, luminaries and tastemakers that connects the past and the future in style.
Stand out pieces available at the sale include a rack of 1940s dresses all under $100; a Japanese kimono for $48; beaded cocktail dresses from the 1960s through to the 1980s all under $188; a hand embroidered linen dress from the 1950s for $58 and embroidered boho blouses from $48.
The Wall Street Journal has said: “Morphew, is to vintage what Barneys is to the latest looks—the top of the fashion food chain,” while the New York Times highlighted that Morphew is “every designer’s dirtiest secret.”