Fashion’s Night…IN!

Being completely honest here…I’ve kind of been dreading Fashion’s Night Out this year. The first few years were amazing, with great sales, free drinks and GPOY’s being out and about. Last year though FNO took a turn for the overly crowded with previews for collections that weren’t even on sale (I think they forgot the point of FNO) Don’t get me wrong I still had a great night, BUT you couldn’t get me back into SoHo on FNO with a forklift!

That being said, I’m happy to hear some of my favorite designers are having online sales in the spirit of FNO, and who doesn’t love a sale!?

RebelChicNYC is giving shoppers 40% off her handmade leather treasures, now through Sept 9th. There will also be daily product updates so be sure to check back for more!

Yumnah Najah will have flash sales, giveaways and exclusive looks at their upcoming collection starting at 6pm tonight! Use code FNO12 for 30% off until 11pm!


Ainsley NY will be offering a chance to win a complimentary gift with any purchase tonight from 6-11pm


So if you’re out of town or just don’t feel like braving the madness, you can still participate and get some goodies. Are there any other online sales you’ll be taking part in?

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FNO Recap!

My Fashion Week experience actually started a day early with a great presentation put on by jewelry genius Samantha House. Replete with her beautiful hand-made pieces, in addition to the (now) standard neverending cupcakes and champagne, she had FREE jewelry for her attendees! Ya’ll know how I feel about free stuff so needless to say I’ve been wearing my new rings everyday since and it goes perfect with my Sephora Nail Bling (clearly I’m addicted to animal prints). And can I just say, those Nail Blings are pretty awesome, granted it took me a few tries to get the hang of it but they’re super cute AND cheaper than the Sally Hansens!! Not to mention I finally got to meet friend in my head/online Channing Hargrove! If you don’t already know her Channing is freelance writer for pretty much every blog I frequent, but check out her personal blog 🙂

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