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Behind The Scenes
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Five Quick Qs with Melissa Coker of Wren

Fun fact: Melissa Coker was the very first designer we ever (ever!) talked to about Of a Kind. And so it’s kind of a big deal that we’ve gotten to feature her chill, polished line Wren on this here site. Read on to see how she’s managed to keep things fresh five-plus years in, and then head straight over to shop her sample sale: up to 80% off until 10 a.m. ET on Friday! —erica Q: How has your aesthetic evolved since you started your line in 2007?A: It’s grown up a bit—it has become more sophisticated and a little sexier while still being rooted in a classic, feminine feel. Q: You’ve done a great job of establishing a few signature styles that have become Wren trademarks. How do you keep them feeling fresh?A: We do have some styles that our girl really loves and buys over and over again. Our all-time bestseller is the open-back kimono dress. The bodice has volume at the sleeves, which makes for a super-flattering overall silhouette. We keep our signatures feeling new with exclusive prints, colors, and fabrications. Q: Wren has a real celeb following. Have there been any recent sightings that have gotten you really excited?A: Julianne Moore was spotted in a Wren dress a couple of weeks ago—that was pretty cool. Q: What about other mind-blowing Wren milestones?A: Collaborating with Minnetonka was a big one—I’ve been a fan since I was a kid. Q: So, what are you dying to do next?A: I’d love to do bags. I love the fact that they are so universal and so personal. Your favorite bag is there with you through all sorts of adventures. SHOP THE SALE.
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Melissa Coker’s Friends Rock The Shorts She Made For Of a Kind

As the designer Melissa Coker sees it, the quintessential Wren girl owns her look. “That’s what I find most exciting—when I see someone, and they’re wearing something I made in a way that I’d never imagine.” To prove her point, Melissa talked three L.A. pals into slipping on the shorts she made for us—hand-dyed by a women’s cooperative in Africa. —alisha prakash Get them now—red or blue!—and wear them your way all summer long. “This is Anna—she’s wearing the shorts with a super-cute, casual twist—maybe you wear this to a movie.” “This is Haley. I like that her outfit is a more unexpected pairing. You get this casual, easy feeling from the shorts combined with something that’s a little bit more polished and structured. It’s an interesting mix, if you’re shopping with your friends or out to dinner.” “This one is worn by a stylist named Sara. She wore it with a sleeveless, oversize button-down, a mesh knit sweater, and a hat. You can wear this look to the farmers’ market or for your weekend errands in the city. We have beach looks and city looks!” 
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