This week's top fashion web sales: 3.1 Phillip Lim, Furla and Azzedine Alaïa

Discounted premium jeans from Antik Denim, luxurious separates by 3.1 Phillip Lim and Azzedine Alaïa footwear and apparel are amongst this week's best deals in the fashion web sales.

Gilt



Looking to update your fall wardrobe with some gorgeous separates? 3.1 Phillip Lim's utramodern pieces, adorned with unexpected details like handstitching and unusually placed ruffles, become available here October 12. Also on Gilt a thoughtfully edited selection of elegant totes, satchels and hobos from Furla will be on sale on the same date.

http://www.gilt.com

Ideeli

This season's top look is inspired by the ladylike 1950s aesthetic as seen in the fall collections from Louis Vuitton and Marc Jacobs. Celebrate your femininity by investing in body-hugging dresses and skirts. Donna Ricco is known for her soft girly pieces that feature nipped-in waists, full skirts, and feminine details to flatter the female form. Sale starts this week on Ideeli.

http://www.ideeli.com

Rue La La

Every woman needs a pair of seriously sexy jeans. Shop Antik Denim on sale at this site from October 13. A favorite among celebs Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez and Paris Hilton, the brand also offers a complete wardrobe in addition to their premium jeans. Antik Denim Men goes on sale the same day.

http://www.ruelala.com

Row Nine

This week, the fashion sample sale site is offering deals on Great by Sandie handbags. Imported from France, these carry-alls exude a boho-chic style that works as well on a casual weekend as they do on the streets of Paris. Get shopping from October 13.

http://www.rownine.com

Editors' Closet

Azzedine Alaïa, the master of second-skin creations that flatteringly envelope the womanly form, is going on sale here starting October 12. Both apparel and shoes will be up for grabs. The Tunisian designer's creations are considered the pinnacle of luxury and craftsmanship.

www.editorscloset.com

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