This week's top fashion web sales: Frocks by Alexander Wang and Giuseppe Zanotti heels
Monday 25 October 2010
Giuseppe Zanotti heels, Kenneth Jay Lane earrings, Qi cashmere sweaters and cocktail dresses from Alexander Wang and Alice Temperley are among the top fashion web sales this week.
It's all about frocks this week at Gilt. Alexander Wang and Alice Temperley go on sale here starting October 25 . Top picks by Gilt editors include a beaded empire dress from Alice Temperley.
Get your hands on one of Christopher Kon's leather handbags in a bright statement color or exotic skin. Co-lab, the more affordable sister brand to the Christopher Kon line, goes on sale here starting October 25.
Rue La La
A massive jewelry sale starts here on October 26 . Shop rings, bracelets, and necklaces from designers Anna Sheffield, Erica Anenberg, and Kenneth Jay Lane.
No fall wardrobe is complete without luxurious cashmere pieces. Qi's knitwear has been featured on top TV shows like Gossip Girl and Desperate Housewives. Get shopping here from October 25 . Also on sale this week, A & R cashmere scarves and shawls to top off your look.
Italian footwear designer Giuseppe Zanotti goes on sale at Editors' Closet this week. Snag a pair of crystal-studded stilettos or dramatic pair of over-the-knee boots in suede or leather.
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