Keep Me

The Anne Marie Nightie.
The Anne Marie Nightie, inspired by model Anne Marie Kortright.

Keep Me is a clothing line dedicated to creating the most delicate, luxurious, beautiful, and trendy lounge wear. Keep Me is the ultimate authority when it comes to comfy wears that simply makes you feel cozy and sophisticated. Keep Me loungewear is perfect for times either when you want to slip out of your work wear, when you want to relax at your house, when you want to hit the gym, or when you want to have that much-needed java break.

The LA-based company is owned and operated by Ali Kay and Anne des Barres. Keep Me is a piece of their lifestyle – after all, the company’s fashion philosophy is synonymous to the duo’s casual and active Malibu lifestyle.

“We have fallen in love with Keep Me, and everyone who owns a Keep Me item seems to invariably follow suit,” said the pair on the brand’s official website,

As a testament to the brand’s creative prowess, Keep Me has placed first in the International Design Awards’ Intimates/Lingerie category. After all, the brand is the ultimate authority when it comes to chic robes, tops, bottoms, underwears, accessories, dresses, and nighties.

Those who love the Keep Me lifestyle are people who live healthy lives and treasure rest and recreation. The Keep Me girl, in order to keep her mind and body in sync, always finds time to give her body a cozy set of clothes which she can use during exercise or playing sports. A Keep Me girl keeps her “Keep Mes” because they make her feel great and comfortable in whatever scenario she’s in.

Keep Me – inspired by the great female icons of today – has designed tops after a bunch of famous style icons. Famous designer Diane von Furstenberg inspired the creation of the “Didi” pant; while her daughter Tatiana had a namesake henley named after her. The best-selling Bella top is named after model Lindsey Lucibella, while the “Drea” bralette was inspired by writer Andrea Rosen. Model Anne Marie Kortright had a nightie named after her, so does actress-model Ashley Shelton, who had inspired one of the brand’s cropped tees. And sisters Candace and Jenna Levy have a nightie/tee combo named after them, while Charlotte Freund had a tee named after her.

The Drea Bralette.
The Drea Bralette, inspired by writer Andrea Rosen.

Keep Me has been featured in magazines such as Elle, US Weekly, WWD Swim, Paper, LA Confidential, Intimate Apparel, The Fashion Daily, Ocean Drive, and CA Apparel news. They have also been featured on online fashion sites such as E! Entertainment’s My Style, 24-7 Style, I’m Not Obsessed, Rave and Review, Apparel News, Karmaloop, This Next, Fab Sugar, The Imagist, and Body.

Keep Me believes that in this day and age, modern women has given their fitness second priority after work or play. Although it is very important to meet the demands of your work and study, it is also very important to give time for your health!  True to the company’s philosophy of a healthy and fit lifestyle, it has launched the Keep Me Fit program,wherein the label hosts fitness classes like pilates, yoga, and cross country.  The free for all programs are held near the beach in Southern California. This opportunity, the label believes, helps Keep me patrons stay fit and create new bonds.

Keep Me finds can be bought in select boutiques across the nation, as well as in the Bahamas, Japan, Canada, Germany, Russia, Switzerland, and the U.K. Online stores Karmaloop, Lille Boutique, HRM, Designer Am See, Harrods, and The Cove Atlantis also sell Keep Me apparel.

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