Fashion Finds for All Style Tribes – New York Times

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With summer in full swing, the fashion-minded have already worked out their favored outfit recipe, if you will. But as we all know, when it comes to style, it’s often the little things sprinkled on top that make all the difference. The season’s limited-edition collaborations, which include glamorous sunglasses as well as vintage finds, offer no shortage of pleasing add-ons — no matter what style tribe you belong to. Here, the best of the bunch.

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For the Fitness Fiend

Wellness enthusiasts probably have heard of Taryn Toomey, the preternaturally glowy blonde behind the Class, the celebrity-approved fitness craze billed as “a heart-centered cathartic movement practice,” which sometimes involves pounding on your chest like a gorilla. Ms. Toomey has teamed up with Lululemon on an 11-piece collection of seamless crop tops and bras, knit wraps and ribbed leotards. The line, which will be introduced on Thursday, is well worth checking out for its muted color combinations and feminine shapes, even if you aren’t ready just yet for Ms. Toomey’s brand of athleticism.

Lululemon x the Class by Taryn Toomey line, $48 to $108 at lululemon.com.

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For the Glamour Girl

If you want something done with glamour, hire a supermodel. That seems to be the strategy behind Vogue Eyewear’s latest collection, designed by fashion’s favorite girl Gigi Hadid. The line has three styles, including aviator, cat-eye and oval — not unlike the kind Ms. Hadid favors when shielding herself from the paparazzi.

Gigi Hadid for Vogue Eyewear cat-eyes, $139.95 at sunglasshut.com.

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For the Minimalist

The London fashion designer Simone Rocha, adored for her gauzily feminine garments, has collaborated with Saks Fifth Avenue on a capsule collection that’s perfect for anyone craving a blank slate. The all-white collection is cut exclusively from cotton and poplin and could act as a wardrobe palate cleanser for the season’s abundance of florals and stripes. The inventive origamilike folds and pretty pearl decals keep things interesting. Minimal should never mean boring.

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Simone Rocha for Saks Fifth Avenue flower-smocked cotton poplin dress embellished with pearls, $895 at saksfifthavenue.com.

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For the Collector

Some people subscribe to the Marie Kondo philosophy of downsizing; some are most comfortable surrounded by a beloved mishmash of stuff. The hoarders will want to head east to shop the Elizabeth and James pop-up at Love Adorned in Amagansett, N.Y. Curated by the Elizabeth and James founders, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, in collaboration with Lori Leven of Love Adorned, the shop will showcase an assortment of beachy wares and handpicked vintage jewelry, T-shirts, kimonos and leather goods, including a leather pouch ($180) hand-painted by the artist Jimmy Sheehan, specially designed for the pop-up.

Love Adorned Amagansett, 156 Main Street, Amagansett.

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