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Spring Fever: The BARNEYS Team On This Season’s Must-Haves

It’s officially the first day of spring, and there’s nothing like a warm-weather pick-me-up for your wardrobe after months of donning dark colors and heavy woolens. We snagged a moment with the Barneys team to find out which items they’re swooning over from the spring collections.

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SIMON DOONAN
Creative Ambassador at Large

“A grey Thom Browne suit, a Piombo popover and a new Goyard bag with even bigger initials.”

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DANIELLA VITALE
Chief Merchant, Executive Vice President

“A Balenciaga boxy jacket; cropped menswear pants from Céline, Chloé and Jil Sander; a Maiyet leather clutch in beigeGianvito Rossi lattice pumps; and the Rag & Bone Malin pant. The list is really just endless.”

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MARK LEE
Chief Executive Officer

“I am going to buy something from two new exclusive luxury brand arrivals—Rake and Alain—but haven’t decided just what yet.”

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CHARLOTTE BLECHMAN
Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications

“I am obsessed with the Givenchy khaki green peplum jacket and pant—the pairing is romantic and feminine, yet so modern. I will also be getting the Haider Ackermann turquoise silk top. How could you go wrong with that and a white jean? To top it off, I will be carrying my two-tone enamel Lanvin minaudieres in one of their bright color combinations. Keeping in line with my New Year’s style resolution to wear flat shoes, I will be getting the gladiator sandal from Manolo Blahnik in khaki and the Givenchy ankle strap in pale peach.”

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TOM KALENDERIAN
General Merchandise Manager, Executive Vice President

“Nothing banishes the winter grays better than a colorful cashmere pullover. I have my eye on the iconic jacquard fancy pattern sweater from Druhmor. The Brits called it a razor pattern, while the Italians fondly refer to it as the Biscottino. Agnelli loved it so much, he made up his own color combinations.”

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