Soundtrack to my life? Beware of the Boys – Jay-Z, Close to me – The Cure, Me and Julio down by The Schoolyard – Paul Simon
Dream destination? The Parker Hotel, Palm Springs
Night out or Netflix? Netflix.
Desert island beauty product? Sunday Riley’s Juno Hydroactive Cellular Facial Oil.
Last meal? Poached eggs on avocado and whole-grain, sprouted bread or Trust me Lite at Sugarfish.
Most prized possession? Hubby.
Favorite things? Lazy Sundays, palm trees, burning down a Diptyque, Slim Aarons coffee table books, a fresh pair of Vans, Gray Malin landscapes.
The Important Stuff:
Exploring the closets of a few hundred (give or take) of today’s tastemakers teaches you a thing or two about what women want to wear. While on set as co-founder of The Coveteur, Erin Kleinberg would continually notice one thing: not the piles of shoes and handbags they’d set aside to be shot, but the pieces they reached for after they wrapped.
As CEO and Designer of her own eponymous line, Erin Kleinberg continues to change the landscape of how today’s tastemakers get dressed. Erin’s collection is a tightly-curated edit of everything she loves: the ease of classic Californian cuts and silhouettes, as informed by the sensibilities of downtown Manhattan.
Designed, produced and manufactured in Toronto, Erin re-launched her line as inspired by her personal quest for the perfect range of elevated, everyday pieces. Erin’s first collection was sold in over 80 stores worldwide and debuted at retailers ranging from Saks Fifth Avenue, Lane Crawford, Neiman Marcus, Holt Renfrew and Harvey Nichols, with Barneys New York being the exclusive vendor to pick up her first season. Her namesake collection quickly gained popularity with Lena Dunham, Jared Leto, Shay Mitchell, Drew Barrymore and more.
Photo by Irem Harnak at EK’s home in Toronto.