I first saw Jane Mohr’s wonderful line of clothing, Dressed to Kill, through an old friend who had discovered the line at a Tribeca shop and felt it suited her sensibilities perfectly. She wanted me to discover it as well, I did, and never looked back. The line has a wonderful Japanese look in terms of fabrics and shapes. It is designed and made in Los Angeles. Most pieces are oversized and meant to fit loosely on the body in an architectural way. The fabrics are textured, and sometimes dyed, but they also love to work with fine cotton plaid flannels, silk taffetas, and pleated polyesters. Each piece has a life of it’s own. Since bringing Dressed to Kill into our store we have discovered that we have many customers who adore the line, look fantastic in it, and happily await its next delivery. The line is wonderfully collectible. One piece can be worn in many different ways which keep them from ever going out of style.

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CLEARANCE!
CLEARANCE!
CLEARANCE!
CLEARANCE!
CLEARANCE!