This week's top fashion web sales: dress your home
Monday 24 May 2010
Fashion's sample sale sites are branching out this week, offering fashionable home accessories.
Apart from Marc Jacobs, Christian Lacroix, Alexander McQueen and Helmut Lang boutiques, Gilt is focusing on interiors this week: shop Barbara Barry candles, Emily Green placemats, Jeannette Farrier throws, and even teepees and playhouses for your kids. The site is also hosting a Feather your Nest sale, featuring furniture, decor, and houseware, starting May 25.
More options for decorating your home come courtesy of Ideeli, which offers Renaissance carpets and tapestries as well as Lenox towels and linens this week. Upcoming fashion boutiques include Dolce & Gabbana, Steve Madden, and Oscar de la Renta.
Bedding items by L'Erba and Debage as well as D.L. & Company's luxurious, scented candles go up for sale here this week. The site will also run special designer handbag and watch sales on May 25.
If you're not about nesting this week, how about getting away from it all with special deals promoted on the sample sites? Row Nine has spa boutiques offering 50 percent off treatments, for instance, or chic luggage to take along to Rue La La's trips...
Rue La La
New York hotel, Fashion 26 has teamed up with Rue La La for a special promotion, and there are other destinations to choose from for a spontaneous getaway, including vinyards and holiday resorts. Plus: La Perla's boutique is opening here on May 24. Not ready to flaunt what you've got in racy lingerie? Shop Spanx shapewear instead.
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