This week's top fashion websales
Tuesday 13 October 2009
William Rast, Kitson LA, Vera Wang -- all here in the best online deals of the week.
Net-à-Porter's designer outlet hosts a big Donna Karan sale this week with items by the New York designer selling at up to 65 percent off their retail prices. Next up will be French design label Chloé, and one lucky winner will receive a free pair of Jimmy Choos -- just enter your details before October 16.
One of the most popular online fashion stores is holding its big mid-season sale with all items selling at up to 50 percent off.
The site is focusing on dresses in its sale section this week, offering styles divided into 'occasions' (a girls' night out, dinner for two or Sunday brunch) at discounts up to 70 percent.
Beyond the Rack
Hipsters will get their money's worth with Justin Timberlake's label William Rast and LA celebrity boutique Kitson both offering discounts on their items at Beyond the Rack this week. Luxury fans won't be disappointed either: there are Roberto Cavalli sunglasses and Bugatti handbags equally available at a fraction of their prices.
Rue La La
The site's highest-profile sale this week is the one by Vera Wang (from October 14) who willl offer discounts on her Lavender Label range. Rue La La also just launched its iPhone application.
Sportswear by Lacoste is looking a whole lot more affordable this week. Coming up later this week at the Editor's Closet: Elle Macpherson's Intimates collection and Dolce & Gabbana's ready-to-wear.
Sign up for an account and take part in the website's Paper Denim, Trend Lab and Jessica Simpson sales this week.
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