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The verdict: It’s love at first Bento Box. Read More
By creating wardrobe staples that won’t wrinkle over the course of a 16-hour day, LaFleur hopes her clothing exhibits the same stamina that female trailblazers bring to their work. Read More
A shopping haven for professional women where luxury fashion and practicality coexist. Read More
MM.LaFleur may have just created the one magical, sister-of-the-traveling-LBD-worthy design. With its fitted, wrap-waist design and strategic draping, the brand’s black Casey dress has racked up a whopping 1,429-person wait list. Read More
The company started with a collection of ‘seven perfect dresses for the workplace’ and has since grown into an innovative e-commerce site that helps shoppers navigate by asking questions about shape and style. Read More
MM.LaFleur is simultaneously a clothing brand—designed by Miyako Nakamura, the former head designer of Zac Posen—and a styling service. The quality of the clothes blew me away. Read More
MM.LaFleur has found success selling workwear to busy women who want to look great but defy stereotypes about fashion. Read More
MM.LaFleur's tightly edited collection of chic, simple dresses is the result of Sarah's vision combined with the technical skills of Miyako Nakamura, a former head designer at Zac Posen. Read More
MM.LaFleur curates a customized delivery of versatile, travel-friendly clothing for the sophisticated and stylish professional woman. Read More
Smart, sleek dresses that take into account the needs of the modern corporate cowgirl. Read More
With its fashionable yet conservative apparel, MM.LaFleur has hit on a niche in the overflowing womenswear market. Read More
MM.LaFleur offers customers a ‘Bento Box’ of clothes and accessories selected after they answer a series of questions. Read More
Dressing for work as a woman, particularly in male-dominated fields that tend toward formal, is not so straightforward. LaFleur and Nakamura are aiming to change that. Read More
Imagine having a stylist create a wardrobe just for you. Read More
My new goal, inspired by these ladies, is: Create a uniform. Stock your closet with staple items that fit, flatter, and make you feel good. Read More
The brand creates the type of simple yet elegant designs that appeal to a wide variety of women who want to stay stylish within their office's dress code. Read More
It seems like a good LBD is something we're continually in the market for—and apparently we're not the only ones. New York brand MM.LaFleur's Tory 2.0 dress has a waiting list of nearly 1,000 people. Read More
The Fashion Group International is gearing up for its 19th annual Rising Star Awards, and this year's contenders for women's ready-to-wear include MM.LaFleur. Read More
Proving that ladies everywhere are always in the market for a perfect dress to wear to the office, MM.LaFleur’s simple, faux-wrap style currently has a hefty wait list that would make a buzzy It bag jealous. Read More
Since you never actually have as much time as you think to rush home from the office to change for post-work drinks, your best bet is to wear pieces that can easily transition from one to the other. For that, look no further than MM.LaFleur. Read More
There is some serious fashion and workwear cred behind the brand, which was founded by two ex-management consultants, Sarah LaFleur and Narie Foster, along with their head designer, Miyako Nakamura, formerly of Zac Posen and Jason Wu. Read More
MM.LaFleur's Bento Box Program is designed to take the work out of shopping for work. Read More
MM.LaFleur provides their clients with classy outfits for working professionals...Their pieces aren't your typical trendy types, but rather, they are timeless, clean-cut, and beautiful. Read More
Five keys to getting back into the workforce: visit shopping sites that specialize in work wardrobes, like MM.LaFleur, where you can fill out a questionnaire and receive a box of go-together pieces. Read More
Chic, versatile workwear designed for professionals (who sometimes spill coffee down their blouses), this label makes most garments in NYC from ethical, luxe fabrics sourced from Italy and Japan. Read More