The Daily Front Row 11.2017

W Hotels The Angle 11.2017

But perhaps the most inspiring thing about Easley is the way in which she makes even the highest of fashion accessible to those of us who aren't quite sure how to do it, never taking it too seriously and always on hand to lend an honest and very girlfriend-y opinion.

Vogue 5.2014

"We wanted to find the best edit of the best designers of both today and tomorrow. We edit collections using muses, like who is she and where is she going? We think of real girls and fantasies for every piece."
– Sarah Easley

WWD 8.2013

Racked 4.17.2013


"Ease into animal prints with a shoe or a bag." – Sarah Easley

New York Times 7.14.2005

"When I wear something from Chloé— and I do often— whether it's a charm bracelet or a tunic, people will say, 'Wow, did you get that at a flea market?'" said Sarah Easley, an owner of Kirna Zabête in SoHo, where the label under Ms. Philo's stewardship has done well. "And I say, well, no, but that's the idea." "Phoebe's got a way of putting things together," Ms. Easley said, "where you can dress head to toe in Chloé and not look like you're trying too hard and that is very, very rare." – Sarah Easley

W Magazine 11.2017

The discussion was moderated by Sarah Easley, cofounder and former owner of Kirna Zabete, who is now a fashion consultant. Some 130 people were in the audience Monday night at the W Hotel Times Square

"If you look at fashion as fun and not like a chore or responsibility, then
you look at it as an opportunity. So there's no such thing as
Wasted Glamour here." – Sarah Easley

Guest of a Guest 2.2015

"The leather jacket is one of those classics that will always find itself
back into the cycle of whatever you’re wearing."
– Sarah Easley

New York Times 2.16.2012

"There isn’t a single thing in this collection for Target that I wouldn’t wear. We love it all." – Sarah Easley

Vogue 10.2007

"What sets us apart is the open friendly atmosphere of the shop. No one feels intimidated. People drop by just to have a chat and see whats new." – Sarah Easley

New York Times 1.6.2004