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When you need a cure from the designer doldrums, we recommend a dose of Lanvin.
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Friday 7/10
Starting Price: $20.00
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Founder Jamie Feingold first forayed into fashion as an undergrad at UCSB, making apparel for sorority events. He caught the fashion fever and decided to start his own brand with wife Dana to carve a new niche in womenswear. The result is California-based Tart, proud purveyor of dresses, leggings, tees, and wraps for spunky, sassy women. Their recipe for success calls for soft, micro-modal jersey fabrics that flatter every shape, and bright, festive colors that get you noticed. The result? Everyone comes back for seconds.

Starting Price: $129.00
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Named after the Buddhist word for "supreme enlightenment," Bodhi handbags are infused with subtle Eastern spirituality. Each bag is inscribed with an empowering mantra, such as "those who bend in the wind are strongest," so every time you reach for your phone, wallet, or lipstick, you are reminded of what a strong, independent woman you are. When was the last time your bag gave you a pep talk?

Melissa Shoes
Starting Price: $44
Save up to: 44%For nearly 30 years, Brazilian brand Melissa has been proving that plastic is indeed fantastic with their edgy, innovative shoe designs. Featuring everything from men’s loafers, to women’s sandals, high-heeled pumps, platforms, and flats, Melissa is heralded, above all, for supreme comfort. Every pair is manufactured out of a patented Meflexo material that is thermo-malleable, flexible, and soft to the touch. This pioneering use of plastics has been championed in all the major American fashion publications, and Melissa products are currently exported to more than 80 countries. In the U.S., Melissa products can be found at high-end department stores and boutiques on both coasts.

Monday July 13th
Nancy Rose Dresses
Starting price: $30.00
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Taking classic, iconic garments like the maxi-dress, babydoll, and shift-dress, Rose transforms each look with bold fabrics and modern, fashion-forward detailing. Subtly sexy and always up for a party, her designs are as just as fun to wear as they are to look at. Fabrics exclusively from France and Italy, including the finest silks and satins, make them extra special. Whether it's the luxe materials, edgy details, or vibrant colors you're coveting, this is definitely a collection worth falling for.
Tuesday July 14th
Devon Leigh Jewelry
Starting price: $109.
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From gold cuffs with flower details to intricate chain link necklaces to turquoise studded drop earrings, every piece is unique, eclectic and eye-catching. Leigh's use of high quality gems and intriguing combinations of materials has led to a devoted following, including celebrities such as Elizabeth Taylor, Courtney Cox and Kirsten Dunst. Her clients know they can always count on their favorite designer to surprise them with inspiring pieces they'll be wearing for years to come.
Thursday July 16
Gwyneth shoes
Starting price: $44
Save up to: 57%
Enter Gwyneth Frempong-Boadu, footwear designer for Gwyneth shoes. This industry veteran with over 20 years of experience (she has worked for names such as Sam and Libby, Kenneth Cole, and Steve Madden) knows that you don't have to sacrifice comfort to be in style. Her line of fun, summer shoes features trendy styles and unique prints sure to add a fashionable touch to any ensemble, all with patented sock cushions and flexible soles so you'll never shed a tear over your shoes again.

Saturday July 18
213 industry Dress Sale
Starting price: $45
Save up to: 70%
213 Industry carries a variety of styles and pieces that can be easily transformed from an appropriate day look to a fun night ensemble. Their focus is on creating quality clothing that looks great and won't break the bank. From silky tops to flattering skirts, all of their pieces feature the highest quality craftsmanship and eye-catching details.

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