Although La Boheme is but a few years old, founder Lubov Azria is no stranger to the fashion industry. Born in Ukraine, Azria moved to Los Angeles in 1986 and earned a degree from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. She went on to become the chief creative officer of the BCBG Max Azria Group in 1991, where she met her future husband and they spent the next decades growing and acquiring additional brands like Hervé Léger. Fast-forward to 2016, when Azria stepped back from the company she helped turn into an empire. In her time off, she decided to travel and reflect, ultimately finding the inspiration for her second chapter, La Boheme. The brand is inspired by comfort and style and is made up of everything from cozy, color-blocked sweaters to stylish sleepwear that also works outside the house. Printed with palms or tie-dye patterns, each unfussy piece in the collection carries a global influence and is meant to be mixed and matched for ultimate ease.