online and in stores. The collection is set to include sweaters/cardigans ($275), jackets/sport coats ($495), shirts ($195) and T's ($60-$125). Bottoms are nixed for this collection due to the Rowley's belief that everything looks better in jeans and that guys already have their favorite pants - which I think is a smart move on her part.
"Powers, who is the co-owner of New York’s Half Gallery with Andy Spade and James Frey, will return as a judge on the second season of 'Work of Art' later this year. He is not involved in the design or concept of the men’s collection, however. 'We are only using him for his name and his fame,' said Rowley with a laugh. 'He might say what he wants, but by then it’s probably too late.'”