Make Room for the Restler Collection

A new Brooklyn-based clothing label


In the quest for wardrobe staples, there’s the good (but offensively expensive), the bad (threadbare college sweatshirts), and the worst (being mistaken for an American Apparel employee).

Give it a Restler.

Created by Brooklyn-based designer Hannah Peyser, the easy-to-wear collection is flattering with a bit of cheek.

Start simple with body-con LBDs and tee dresses in peach and periwinkle. A chain-print, spaghetti-strap tank slip looks ’90s fresh, while long-sleeve cling dresses with insect-inspired patterns (mini creepers, a digitally manipulated beetle-shell reflection) add depth to your layer game.

We dig bike shorts and T-shirts splattered with poms (the flower kind) in saturated purples and oranges. Wear them print on print — or not, chicken. Peyser also creates metal-tipped, snap-on collars in tie-dyed silk, so you can always make it formal.

Each piece is constructed by hand in Brooklyn and complements your best accessory.

Your bank account.

Available at restler.us, $50-$130.

Photos: Courtesy of Restler