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Tonight at Macy’s Herald Square, R&Em a lower priced subsidiary line from Rebecca Minkoff officially launches!
Wish I was in NYC tonight, so I could check out the goods! I’ve loved Rebecca’s handbag line for years, and with prices under $100, the new R&EM line sounds really promising. I’ll definitely be stopping by Macy’s to see it next time I’m around 34th Street.
Last September, Rebecca Minkoff’s spring 2011 presentation at Lincoln Center’s “Box” showcased a collection exactly like most of us have come to expect: A mix of girly and sweet, chains and studs, mixed in with ladylike handbags and dresses. Only this season, there were shoes too!
The collection was influenced by “a woman yearning for glamour, transfixed by reconstructed vintage and ’70s-inspired frocks.”
Rebecca’s collections never disappoint. With the addition of more variety of styles, there is literally a bag for everyone in her Spring 2011 line.
See the full photo set here.
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It feels like it’s only been a month since I posted about the summer sale, but this coming week Rebecca Minkoff is hosting a handbag sample sale again:
There is a VIP night on Tuesday, but last I heard emails to the rsvp list were bouncing back. According to Time Out NY, the prices don’t sound that spectacular. Morning After bags are $350. The Devote, the bag $695 studded bag I wanted is still $435 –I’ll be waiting for a shopbop sale for that one. Or the rumored black friday sale Rebecca tweeted about after the flash sale crashed the web site. But the sample sale should still be a good way to save a couple hundred bucks on Rebecca’s gorgeous handbags if you have the extra cash lying around and don’t want to risk waiting for Black Friday or shopbop sales.
The RebeccaMinkoff Sale runs:
At 17 west 17th st
Almost forgot about this one, as I’m too broke to browse the site. But maybe someone out there still has money for a new handbag:
(How embarrassing that I have to post a photo of Lauren Conrad. But she is partly to blame for the bag’s popularity.)