From Vogue Australia Fashion Director Christina Centernera (who is also a consultant for YEEZY) and her partner Josh Goot comes WARDROBE.NYC, a new store aimed at nailing the essential basics for every wardrobe.

Launching exclusively online, the new offerings are designed to be purchased as bundles. The first is a four-pack option which consists of a T-shirt, shirt, trouser, and blazer or, if you're looking for a more suitable winter option there's an eight-pack which also includes a knit, coat, wider pant, and a hoodie, all available in an elegant black and white color palette.

The concept behind WARDROBE.NYC is to supply shoppers with complete wardrobes that eschew frivolous details in favor of simple, stylish basics that can be worn throughout the year.

Speaking to The New York Times Style Magazine, Christina explained her MO with her new approach: “what we’re trying to say is, this is less, and it’s really well done, and it will last you a really long time, and it will never go out of style."

Check out the looks in the gallery above and head to their website to shop.

Speaking of buying things in bundles, is Kanye West's latest YEEZY drop going to curb reselling once and for all?

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