Top fashion web sales: Handbags and heels
Monday 30 August 2010
Jimmy Choo, Sergio Rossi, Stella McCartney, Juicy Couture, here is a selection of the week's best online deals.
Knee-high boots, patent leather pumps and animal-skin satchels from celebrity favorite Italian designer Sergio Rossi will be available for discount prices on this site. Sale starts August 31.
Striking geometric patterns on vintage fabrics give New York designer Julie Brown's dresses an authentically retro feel. Julie Brown's range of cocktail dresses in charmeuse chiffon and silk will be on sale on this website from September 2.
Footwear from the most coveted of designers Jimmy Choo go on sale Thursday, September 2 on this website. A separate sale of Jimmy Choo handbags will also be held simultaneously on the same site.
Sixty-five-year old luxury jewelry brand Viroy is on sale on Row Nine from Wednesday, September 1. Expect diamond, ruby, emerald and sapphire rings all available at discount prices.
A metallic gold fold-over linen clutch from designer Stella McCartney will be on sale in Going, going, gone, an auction in reverse commencing September 1 on designer outlet site, The Outnet.
Handbags from irreverent and fun Los Angeles brand Juicy Couture go on sale at Haute Look on Tuesday, August 31. Handbags from Dutch brand Imoshion also go on sale September 1 on the same site.
Rue La La
Huge sales on pieces from 98 mystery designers at Rue La La. These "Final Act" sales are held in two parts, the first starting August 31 will feature 48 designers and the second featuring 50 designers will begin on September 1.
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