Everlane snagged a Coppola for its summer capsule collection, and the result is as effortlessly ethereal as you’d expect. “I like to be comfortable and wanted something my friends and I could wear every day,” Gia Coppola—granddaughter of Francis Ford, niece of Sofia—told WWD. “Everlane always felt right, because I liked their message; they have an appreciation for textiles and fabrics but an accessible price point.” Everlane lauds the lineup of Breton-striped cotton tees, tanks, rompers, shorts, and dresses for sharing the filmmaker-actress’s “uniquely California point of view.” Naturally, Coppola and the ethical fashion brand made a short film to commemorate their partnership.
All items are made in a transparent factory, located in the Vietnamese capital of Ho Chi Minh City, that specializes in knits.
Prices for the pieces range from $30 for a short or racerback top to $48 for a dress. Colors are equally beach-party-perfect, with pops of yellow, red, and navy thrown in contrast against the crispest white.
And as Coppola herself remarks, you “just can’t go wrong with stripes.”