LOS ANGELES — A decade after launching C&C California and helping to define the California casual lifestyle, Cheyann Benedict is back with a new line and boutique that reflects her now-grown-up aesthetic.
The 30-stockkeeping-unit Cheyann Benedict line, which makes its debut this month in a 1,400-square-foot La Brea Avenue boutique by the same name, comprises cashmere sweaters, rayon T-shirt dresses, printed silk caftans, raw silk dresses and trousers, and washed-silk charmeuse drawstring pants. There are, of course, basic Ts, meant to be layered, in every color, but this time they’re made from mercerized cotton with a silky sheen and French seams.
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