This week's top fashion web sales: Jimmy Choo and Tom Ford for less
Monday 10 May 2010
Get designer clothes and accessories at up to 70 percent off in this week's online sales.
The site is taking a virtual tour around Europe with stops at Milan's Corso Como (the concept store's selection hits Gilt May 10), and in London ( Burberry, Jonathan Saunders, and Temperley team up for a boutique May 11). Plus: Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B. range becomes available May 12.
Whether it's a Nautica swimsuit or Emilio Pucci wedges and flip-flops: Ideeli will get you ready for summer. Calling all fashionable moms: give something back after Mother's Day and get shopping at the site's DKNY Kids sale.
Haven't got enough summery input at Ideeli? Then continue your spree at Haute Look: a boutique full of discounted designer sunglasses will launch here on May 11.
More specifically, Tom Ford's shades are also going on sale online this week: Row Nine sells them at 50-70 percent off!
Net-à-Porter's outlet sister site has also been thinking about summer: shop their new summer event categories to get sorted for the next weddding in no time. Plus: its next Going, Going, Gone sale (a Dutch auction) on May 12 features a black-and-gold, studded Jimmy Choo handbag.
Today in the Premier League, Everton face Manchester United, and Arsenal take on Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium. A victory for Jose Mourinho's side, and they could win the Premier League title as soon as Wednesday with a win over Leicester.
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