2020 Flirty, Fun Prom Dresses for Your Virtual Prom

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It’s a sad month for high school seniors who have spent years looking forward to their high school proms. Rather than sit around and mope about how they didn’t get the proper farewell to their high school years, high school seniors have gotten resourceful and started hosting virtual proms with their friends and classmates.

Though many young ladies are sequestered in their homes with virtual home-schooling, some young ladies are getting prom dresses for virtual prom parties. Most states have begun partial re-openings, but larger gatherings, such as prom, still aren’t permitted. For those of you with virtual proms planned, Fashion Reverie has curated some great prom dresses for you.

And something special is these uncertain times, on Saturday May 16, Teen Vogue will be hosting a virtual prom. Leading up to this historic event, Teen Vogue will be helping you prep for their virtual prom by featuring daily prom-centric content of DIY tips, styling tips, makeup tutorials, and dance prep. Teen Vogue’s special guest on May 16 include Becky G, Stormy Reid, Ava Max, Lily Collins, Madeleine Petsch, Chloe x Hallie, JoJo, and more. The evening will also include DJ sets, interactive choreography, and custom thematic backdrops.

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Jovani Beaded Metallic Spaghetti-Strap Mermaid Dress $559

This dress is fun, flirty, and flattering for a night at the Zoom prom. This shiny and new spaghetti strap gown gives the mermaid silhouette a fine metallic finish. It has that one-night-only feel worthy of prom.

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Betsy & Adam Plus Size Sequined-Lace Ruched Gown $169

For the curvy girls, have your virtual prom in baby blue. This ruched gown well accentuates a curvier figure.

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Sherri Hill A-Line Tulle Dress $698

Give them tulle, tulle, and more tulle! For those looking for a high-low feel (literally), this dress has you covered, except for your legs. The sweeping train also makes for a dramatic effect.

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Eliza J Sleeveless Cascading Ruffle Gown $112.80

This sleeveless cascading gown is a beautiful blush color for those girls who love their fabric details. Be the blushing virtual prom girl in blush pink.

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ML Monique Lhuillier One-Shoulder Metallic Dress $297

Monique Lhuillier had dressed lots of celebrities on the red carpet, now let Monique Lhuillier dress you for prom. The ML Monique Lhuillier diffusion line offers affordable dresses for those who want celebrity style on a budget. Let prom be your chance to feel what it’s like to dress like an Oscar nominee.

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Bronx and Banco Aubrey Polka-Dot Halter Neck Party Dress $152

The party doesn’t start until you go live in this polka-dot party dress. While short dresses can be considered risky for prom, with virtual proms what better time to keep your prom dress short and flirty. Keep it pretty in polka dots.

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Mac Duggal Velvet Trim Strapless Ball Gown $334.80

Be the bell of the ball in this ball gown. Just because prom is virtual doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have your fairytale moment. It’s like playing a fairytale princess in the comfort of your own home.

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Norma Kamali Leopard Print Strapless Ruched Midi Dress $294

It’s a jungle out there. Let your fashion sense roar in this leopard print dress from Norma Kamali. The ruched, body-conscious silhouette can also flatter all body types.

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Terani Couture Crystal Bodice Short Sleeve Jersey Gown $292.80

If you weren’t planning on going heavy on the jewelry accessories, you can always bejewel your bodice. This dress is for the girl who likes the glitz and glam. If you want to make a statement, cover yourself in crystal.

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Aidan Mattox Off-The-Shoulder Sweetheart Neck Puff Sleeve Front Slip Scallop Hem Column Gown $440

It is all about the details with this prom dress. Off-the-shoulder bodice, puff sleeves, a scalloped hemline; it’s element upon element to be a dress worth talking about. The jacquard texture also just adds to statement-making status of this dress.

—Kristopher Fraser

Fashion Reverie’s Top Celebrity Fashion Brand Roundup

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Over the years we have seen many celebrities expand their careers beyond their initial talents. Some celebrities are born entrepreneurs and their ability to apply success to more then one project is inspiring and something we can all learn from.

Fashion Reverie has decided to highlight some female celebrity brands that are booming despite these celebs’ busy schedules and the COVID-19 crisis!

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Fabletics by Kate Hudson

Fabletics started as a subscription athleisure brand with simple affordable sets which translate into attractive activewear worn by Kate Hudson. There are many options for a variety of consumers that come in different sizes has grown Fabletics into a well-oiled business that now also has 22 brick-and-mortar stores.

All-inclusive Fabletics offers its members personalized outfits chosen for them based on their lifestyle and fashion preferences. This business model seems to be ideal for the current COVID-19 pandemic lockdown where many consumers are working from, wearing comfortable clothes and trying to stay active while on lockdown.

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The Row by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

Ok, they are no longer the adorable twins from the late 80s hit “Full House,” but who cares. Since adulthood Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have created one of the most successful celebrity fashion brands, The Row.

Launched in 2006, The Row has expanded to include ready-to-wear, resort, and accessories. And winning to CFDA women’s wear awards in 2012 and 2015 ain’t bad!! The success of The Row has placed Mary-Kate and Ashley in multi-millionaire heaven!!

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The Jessica Simpson Collection by Jessica Simpson

When it comes to billionaire status, no one does it better than former pop sensation Jessica Simpson. With revenue over a billion dollars, Jessica Simpson’s namesake brand expanded from a footwear brand in 2006 to include sunglasses, clothing, handbags, and other accessories.

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Goop by Gwyneth Paltrow

Some of the Goop ideas are a bit extreme!! “Vagina” scented candles might be great for a certain kind of customer, but a bit much for some consumers. However, a potential collaboration with Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is on the horizon which is an indication that Goop’s marketing methods are working. Goop’s collection of curated products from luxury beauty and sweaters to crystal-infused beverage, and self motivation books began as a newsletter offering lifestyle advice to readers. Now Goop is an exclusive shopping experience with none other than Gwyneth Paltrow.

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Fenty by Rihanna

We all know Rihanna as a trailblazer and a successful businesswoman/celebrity. Fenty Beauty launched in 2017 and instantly received a lot of attention not just because of Rihanna, but also because of its inclusivity. The beauty line offers foundation in 40 shades, providing a solution for people of all different skin colors. Also known for using diverse models, Fenty Beauty was named by Time magazine as one of the best brands of 2017. Since Rihanna took her all inclusive approach to the lingerie industry, creating Savage x Fenty, a size-inclusive lingerie brand, Rihanna’s empire seems to have no bounds.

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Victoria Beckham

From pop princess, to Mrs. Soccer—she’s married to soccer superstar David Beckhamto well-known fashion designer, Victoria Beckham is a hard-working perfectionist and it shows in the appeal of her eponymous fashion collection, Victoria Beckham. She launched her label in 2008 with a low-key presentation and then became a fixture on the New York Fashion Week calendar, eventually launching Victoria By Victoria Beckham. In 2017, she designed an affordable Victoria Beckham range for Target. Talk about market saturation!!

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Kylie Cosmetics by Kylie Jenner

Confirmed as of April 2020, Kylie Jenner is still the world’s youngest “self-made” billionaire and her net worth increased to 1.2 billion dollars as the founder of Kylie Cosmetics. Kylie did have an advantage a media personality and enormous support by her momanger Kris Jenner and the rest of her family. However, the idea for her cosmetics empire emerged from her own insecurity of the look of her lips.

Tijana Ibrahimovic





Fashion Reverie’s Mother’s 2020 Day Gift Guide at Every Price Point

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Mother’s Day 2020 is going to be a, hmm, interesting one. Quarantine because of COVID-19 is still in place. As much as someone wants to give their Mom a big hug on this day, doing so could put your parents at great risk. Mother’s Day will have to be remote this year. But, don’t let social distancing ruin the day for you. Fashion Reverie has curated a list of fun gifts all of which can be ordered via mail. We’ve included links are included.

Make sure to check delivery dates. The US Postal Service has been hit hard by the pandemic and is being notoriously slow; but better late than never. 

We also understand that the pandemic has created some real economic hardships. The fashion industry has been hit particularly hard. Even if you can’t afford to go all out this year, you’ll find something on this list that is fun and won’t hit the wallet too hard. Always remember what your mother taught you. It truly is the thought that counts!

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Luxury Gifts

Nobis Jackets

Want to make sure when we can all go outside again your Mom looks good? Why not warm her heart by purchasing her a wonderfully chic and practical outerwear from Nobis? She’ll be looking fabulous in these jackets with their versatility and sturdy construction for years to come. 

Ranger Ladies Shirt Jacket marries great protection with breathability in this comfortable jacket that believe or not, is machine washable. It’s perfect for spring hikes. 

The Poppy Trench is a sleek, traditional trench coat with a classic silhouette that’s always in vogue. 

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The movies, libraries, community centers are all closed. Is your Mom going stir crazy sitting around the house? Masterclass is an extraordinary online learning community with instructions from titans in the industry. Learn filmmaking from Martin Scorsese or how to dress in drag from Rupaul or how to cook from Gordon Ramsey! There are dozens of classes. Some gift packages have a 2 for 1 deal, so you might be able to get a class for yourself, as well. 

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Conges Fine Jewelry

Do you want to get your mother something completely unique and will connect her to the earth? Conges is a jewelry company that believes in the power of nature. Their natural stones and crystals are mined directly from the planet and each stone has a unique background, color and story. Everything is ethically sourced. Your gift from Conges will literally be one of a kind. Use the use code STAYHOME25 for 25% off sitewide.

Mid-Price Range Options

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Ballerina Herbal Slippers

One of the annoyances of getting older is your circulation isn’t what it used to be. We’ve all noticed as our parents age they will crank up the heat even on warm spring days.  These luxurious slippers are perfect for relaxing and can be popped into the microwave (no longer than 30 seconds) on toasty days to warm up cold toes. The flax seed will both retain heat and mold to feet for the ultimate in comfort. Additionally, the lavender will release a relaxing scent. 

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Celestial Silk Pillowcase

Does your mother ever accuse you of wasting money on a gift for her? She won’t be able to make that accusation when you give her a Celestial Silk Pillowcase. The dense silk means no wrinkles on her face from sleeping on her side. It also keeps hair from getting tangled and won’t absorb facial creams. Some fabric draws moisture from the skin while sleeping. It is both luxurious and just plain practical!

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Pearl Story

Pearl jewelry is such a Mother’s Day staple, but once again, the big challenges we are facing this year in light of the COVID-19 epidemic means saving a few dollars whenever we can. Pearl Story features some beautiful pearl jewelry ranging from classic to edgy at extremely reasonable prices.  Thirty percent taken off bestsellers and Mother’s Day sets at checkout.

Budget Gifts

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Savvy Infusion Water Bottle

Is your mother trying to stay healthy and active? She will appreciate this practical and inexpensive gift of an infusion water bottle.  This is an amazing water bottle with a reserve that can be filled with fruits, herbs whatever you want to flavor your water. It’s a perfect way to stay hydrated. 

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Finders Key Purse 

One of the awful side effects of COVID-19 is that so many people have lost their jobs. Finding work is a struggle for anyone who can’t work from home. As a result, many people are unwilling to spend any money on gifts right now. But you want to show your mother you care! Finders Key Purse (say it out loud) are an ingenious practical invention that retails for less than $10!  Attach your keys to the ring that hooks onto the inside of your purse, a decorative ordinary looking brooch sits outside. Your mother will never have to dig her purse for her keys ever again. Dozens of styles are available, so you can easily find something that speaks to your family on a personal level. 

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Masque Bar

What mother doesn’t love a day at a spa? Yes, sadly due to world events all the spas are closed and won’t be opening anytime soon. Why not offer Mom an economical way to bring the spa to her home? Masque Bar has a mask to suit any skin’s need and at three pack for $9.99 you can get several packs to hold Mom over until the salon opens again!!

-Cameron Grey Rose

Fashion News Alert: Gigi Hadid’s Bundle of Joy, J. Crew Prepares for Bankruptcy, and Andre Leon Talley’s Tell-All Book Release Date Moved Up

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Well, the rumors are true, Supermodel Gigi Hadid is expecting a child with boyfriend Zayn Malik. She confirmed the news today on a recorded interview on “The Tonight Show.” TMZ had revealed on April 28 that Hadid was 20 weeks pregnant.

“Thank you so much!” she said, as reported on elle.com. “Obviously, you know, we wish we could’ve announced it on our own terms, but we’re very excited and happy and grateful for everyone’s well wishes and support so …”

“I’m trying [to be present for every part of it],” she continued. “Especially during this time, it’s a nice silver lining to be able to be home and together and really experience it.”

In February of this year, Gigi Hadid spoke about starting a family and her career in fashion with i-D magazine. “I think that as I get older … well one day I’ll start a family and I don’t know if I will always be modeling. I love the creative side of fashion, it’s so fulfilling. The people I work with make me so happy, I’m so lucky to be around them. But who knows? Maybe I’ll take up full time cooking!”

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 The Chiffon Trenches gets an early release date

The release date for Andre Leon Talley’s memoir The Chiffon Trenches has moved from September 2020 to May 19, 2020. After the Daily Mail published some hot passages from the memoir, Random House, the publisher of The Chiffon Trenches, decided to move the release to May 19, due to popular demand.

On Wednesday Talley wrote on Instagram, “I went into the deepest core of my being; my memory is intact. It is a deeply personal story of my life well lived within the world of fashion in all of its most glamorous and cutthroat moments.”

Early reviews of the The Chiffon Trenches detail that Andre Leon Talley spills a lot of insider information about the goings on at Conde Nast and racism within the fashion industry. Talley also contends that his relationship with Anna Wintour soured over time due to his weight challenges, his age, and Wintour feeling that Talley was out of touch with what was cool and on-trend. Wintour told The New York Times the she “wishes Andre only the best.”

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Problems for J. Crew

CNBC has reported that the privately held J. Crew may file for bankruptcy as early as this weekend. J. Crew needs to secure $400 million in financing to fund operations in bankruptcy. J. Crew is one of many high-profile retail chains that is on the verge of bankruptcy due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the Wall Street Journal, as of February 2020, J. Crew had over 1.7 billion dollars in debt. J. Crew has been struggling under a heavy debt load for some time.

In 2020 J. Crew attempted to lessen its debt by leveraging a 2020 IPO of its popular Madewell brand. However, in March the IPO did not go through.

Crew currently has 182 stores, 140 Madewell stores, and 170 J. Crew Factory stores as of the beginning of March.

William S. Gooch

Justin Alexander Signature Bridal Spring 2021

Is this the time to plan wedding nuptials? With the COVID-19 pandemic wrecking financial, health, and emotional havoc on the US economy and healthcare systems, one wonders if this time is appropriate for planning a wedding. Though this could and should be an individual choice, the viability of wedding nuptials seems to be unclear at this junction.

Still, consider that most weddings are planned well over a year in advance. So, if that is true, perhaps, the COVID-19 pandemic will have been resolved by April/May 2021 or at the very least calmed down enough so that friends and loved ones can safely attend a wedding.

With that theory in mind, it should be no surprise that the bridal industry has moved ahead with promoting bridal collections for the spring 2021 season. And though New York International Bridal Week spring 2021 season was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns, many bridal designers forged ahead with digital presentations.

Justin Alexander was one such bridal designer. For his spring 2021 bridal collection, Justin Alexander was inspired by the sleek and sultry vibe of 1930’s jazz. And Justin Alexander expanded this inspiration by naming the bridal gowns in this spring 2010 collection after famous jazz artists, namely Dinah Washington, Duke Ellington, Peggy Lee, Count Basie, Billie Holiday, Dexter Coleman, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Charlie Parker, Etta James, and many others.

Like the sounds of the jazz era, this season’s styles are full of depth and range- featuring mixed textures, unique and ornate beading, and soft colors. The silhouettes are dramaticshowcasing sparkle details, large bows, plunging necklines, and low backs. Clean gowns and pantsuits rise up to another level with modern accessories, detachable elements, and floral details. This collection is a medley of elevated, edgy, chic, and fashion-forward designs.

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Additionally, what Justin Alexander does so expertly in this collection is combining classic bridal silhouettes with a modern sensibility. And like the sassiness and exuberance of 1930s jazz, this spring 2021 bridal collection expresses a modern brides’ penchant for individuality, effervescence, and modern charm. This collection also has something that will appeal to brides from difference age demographics. From those younger brides that may want to reveal more skin and show off those svelte physiques to those more seasoned bridal consumers who are looking for something classic and sophisticated, this spring 2021 bridal collection does not disappoint. Bravo Justin!!

William S. Gooch

Use This Pandemic Downtime to Detox Your Hair

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We have always known that excessive heat and daily styling is bad for hair. So, while stuck inside due to the COVID-19 pandemic, take this time to detox from everyday essential styling in favor for going au natural.

According to Nicki Bianco, Creative Director at Saints & Sinners, “This has been a much- needed rest and detox for most people’s overworked strands. The lack of hair coloring, chemical services, heat styling, and environmental damage will surely have restorative effects. Chemical services and hot tools can strip the hair of protein and moisture, making the hair dry, brittle and fragile.”

Sal Misseri, owner of Reverie Salon adds that, “one thing people may not even realize is that environmental factors play a big part in the health of your hair and skin. There are so many toxins and pollutants in the air especially in a big city, and all of that can build up on the hair.”

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If you haven’t already, take a break from the heat

“Staying away from heat styling gives your hair cuticles a chance to calm down and heal without being blasted daily by heat and styling tools,” shares Andrea Jaclyn, stylist at BOMANE Salon in Los Angeles. Noting that for people with wavy hair, thanks to putting down the blow dryer/hair straightener/ curling iron, you’ll “notice them becoming more uniform and shinier.”

Misseri also mentions that pre-coronavirus quarantine, most people were rushing in the mornings and would, “… turn the heat up on their hot tools and over style the top layer, and front of the hair. Keeping heat styling to twice a week can show vast improvements to the cuticle of the hair. If you choose to heat style, use a heat protectant, like Davines’ MELU Hair Shield.”

But more and more people have swapped not just their beauty routine, but their routines in general. Which made us wonder if there were any negatives to this new normal?

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Wash your hair a little less often

“My downfall has been washing every day, since I’ve had time for at home workouts,” shares Jaclyn. “You must at least rinse the scalp after excessive sweating as the hormones released can cause thinning. A few days in I realized I had not even let it dry completely before it was wet again. The hair is weak when wet. You want to make sure you’re not constantly keeping it in a hair mask or wet all the time. It can cause breakage or a weakened cuticle.” Jaclyn recommends keeping your scalp and hair clean with Davines SOLU shampoo, stating that “it cleans beautifully and leaves hair silky unlike any other “detox, clarifying” shampoo, plus it is color safe.”

But it’s not just people sweating out the cabin fever, Misseri adds that a lot of the population is on a regular basis “over washing” their hair causing the scalp to dry out. “[which] in turn causing overactive oil production in order to create balance. Many people then see “greasy” hair and begin a vicious over washing cycle.” Suggesting that if you’re not already doing it, this is the perfect opportunity to give your hair a break, washing every other day or even every two days.

“… In fact, the less frequently you wash your hair the better, our natural oils from our scalp are full of benefits for our strands,” shares Bianco.   “Products like Saints & Sinners Velvet Divine Moisture Shampoo actually contain anti-friction ingredients so when you do shampoo, there is no fraying of the hair fiber and strands are protected.”

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Detox, don’t neglect

“I could see the stress of this situation leaving a lot of people in a “what is the point” kind of mood.” Misseri shares. Which could cause people to not wash their hair enough or leave it unbrushed in a ponytail or top knot. But Misseri warns that “build-up of oil/sebum can cause clogged pores and result in lack of hair growth.”

Also, it’s so important to brush your hair. “Brushing the scalp and hair is a really great way to stimulate hair growth and distribute those necessary oils.” Misseri warns that leaving your hair in a hat or ponytail can also cause damage, “it’s important to have a ponytail holder that isn’t too tight or rough and constantly in the same spot which would cause breakage. Wearing a hat too often will not allow the scalp to breathe.”

And you might want to swap your pillowcase too!  “People are also likely staying in bed longer, and rough cotton pillowcases can dry out the hair and skin and cause hair to tangle and lock.” Misseri suggests a silk pillowcase to keep your tresses in tip top shape.

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Want to speed up the detoxing process? Try a hair mask

To make the most of your beauty revive, Bianco recommends brushing through your hair with a soft bristle brush to “… pull down the oils from your scalp onto the rest of your hair strands.” Also stating how helpful a hair mask can be recommending Saints & Sinners Velvet Divine Hair Masque to help restore hair, which you can even leave on as you sleep.

Misseri uses Davines’ Nourishing Vegetarian Miracle Mask or The Quick Fix Circle.

Recommending that you use a wide tooth comb with the mask on to distribute the mask evenly while detangling. But if you want something you can make at home, Misseri recommends a mixture of egg, avocado, and coconut/olive oil to restore moisture.

Walking out of the quarantine with healthier hair is as easy as washing it less, staying away from unnecessary heat, brushing it out, and avoiding extra breakage. Once you see the results, you might want to give your normal hair routine a “detox” a few times a year!

—Janine Silver

Wednesday Sample Sales: Week of March 2, 2029

Fashion Reverie seeks to keep its loyal readers informed of great samples sales. Just remember, product disappears quickly, so it is important to get there early.

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BRAND: Parker Sample Sale

WHEN: 3/04–3/08; Wed. (10am–8pm), Thurs.–Sat. (10am–7pm), Sunday (10am–5pm)

WHY: Shop discounts on women’s ready-to-wear apparel and samples at up to 80% off retail

WHERE: 150 Greene Street

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BRAND: Hollie Watman Sample Sale

WHEN: 3/04–3/31; Mon.–Sat. (10am–7pm), Sunday (noon–5pm)

WHY: Swim and activewear collection for spring/summer 2020 samples up to 80% The collection found globally at luxury resorts and island boutiques focuses on fit and material. One-piece swimsuits easily doubles as a bodysuit to wear with jeans. The collection of active wear joggers and bombers are playful and chic.

WHERE: 126 West 25th Street

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BRAND: Desigual Sample Sale

WHEN: 3/10–3/12; Tues.–Thurs. (11am–7pm)

WHY: Women’s, men’s, and kids’ apparel and accessories at a discount

WHERE: 261 West 36th Street, 2nd floor

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BRAND: Kal Rieman Original Sample and Stock Sale

WHEN: 3/10–3/11; Tues.–Wed. (11am–7pm)

WHY: Shop Winter Clearance and Resort women’s apparel at up to 70% off

WHERE: 265 West 37th Street, 9th Floor


ARTISTIX Fall 2020

Is ARTISTIX campaigning to be the brand of choice for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. If so, they have an early start and their fall 2020 collection should put them in the running.

With ARTISTIX’s “Adventure” collection, founder Greg Polisseni and creative director Andy Hilfiger looked to winter slopes and skiwear for inspiration. This 2020 fall collection was an “Adventure” into winter wonderland seen through the lens of luxury streetwear.

I’m so proud of the collection that we premiered for F/W 2020,” said Polisseni. “The pieces incorporate the print of my painting Stars & Stripes which makes this collection that much more important to me. Stars & Stripes was created as a symbol of unity which is portrayed through the styles. I want to especially thank Klarna and Style360 for partnering with us for this show, we couldn’t have asked for a more prepared team!”

Since 2016, with Andy Hilfiger manning the creative helm of ARTISTIX, the brand has been making inroads in combining American streetwear with a rock n’ roll sensibility. Interestingly, this combined design aesthetic is rarely, if at all, associated with skiwear. However, for this fall 2020 collection Andy Hilfiger found an ingenious way for ARTISTIX’s design aesthetic to work on wintry slopes.

This collection is also infused with inspiration from Greg Polisseni’s well-known  painting Stars and Stripes. The shades of red and blue of Stars and Stripes was incorporated into ARTISTIX’s signature camo pattern. All tying in the brand’s aesthetic of art, soul, and rock n’ roll.

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“We’re like a band and the audience are our fans. We’re all about the music, art, and fashion” said Andy Hilfiger after the presentation. “We brought the Artistix lifestyle to everyone that came to the presentation and now they can bring the vibe with them to the ski slopes.”

—William S. Gooch

Wednesday Sample Sales: Week of January 20, 2020

Fashion Reverie seeks to keep its loyal readers informed of great samples sales. Just remember, product disappears quickly, so it is important to get there early.

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WHEN: 1/16–1/27; Mon.–Sat. (11-7), Sunday (noon–6pm)
WHY: Discounts up to 80% off on current and past season merchandise
WHERE: 25 Mercer Street

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BRAND: Index NY Sample Sale
WHEN: Ongoing
WHY: Closing sale with discounts of 50%-70% off; brands include Malika Cashmere, Minnie Rose, Majestic and Index NYC.
Jacket: $295 (orig. $590), Pant: $135 (orig. $270)
Cashmere shawl: $195-$295 (orig. $395-$595)
Cashmere cardigan: $250 (orig, $495), Plaid pant: $135 (orig. $270)
WHERE:1122 Madison Avenue

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BRAND: PS 45 Sample Sale
WHEN: 1/22–1/31 Mon.–Fri., (10am–6pm)
WHY: For the first time ever, Paul Stuart will host a pop-up sample sale in New York. Features past season styles from both Phineas Cole and Paul Stuart collections including shoes and accessories.
Suits – $495
Sport coats – $295
Trousers – $95
Vests – $25
Sportshirts – $25
Sweaters (wool & cotton) – $50-$75
Socks – $10
Ties – $20
Shoes – $195 for dress shoes
Shoes – $125 for casual shoes
WHERE: 25 Mercer Street

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BRAND: Michelle Waugh Sample Sale
WHEN: 1/27–2/07; Mon.–Fri. (10:30am–4pm)
WHY: Luxury outerwear at up to 70% off
WHERE: Michelle Waugh HQ. 1133 Broadway


Wednesday Sample Sales: January 6, 2020

Fashion Reverie seeks to keep its loyal readers informed of great samples sales. Just remember, product disappears quickly, so it is important to get there early. Get ready!!!

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BRAND: Clever Alice Overstock and Multi-brand Sample Sale

WHEN: Starts 1/07–01/31; Mon.–Sat. (11am–7pm), Sunday (noon–5pm)

WHY: All lines are up to 80% off current retail prices. Featured designers this month include Porto, Inizio, Cigno Nero, Elk, Heartloom, Raw Earth Wild Sky, Stellah, Philox Handbags, and more.

WHERE: 126 West 25th Street

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BRAND: Byron Lars Mark Beauty Sample & Stock Sale

WHEN: 1/08–1/10; Wed.–Fri. (11am–6pm)

WHY: Shop one-of-a-kind samples at up to 75% off retail prices; samples size 2 & plus size 14 to 22.

WHERE: 27 East 37th Street

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BRAND: Muleh Annual Warehouse/Sample Sale

WHEN: 1/09–1/11; Thurs.–Sat. (11am–7pm)

WHY: Take 40%–60% off on current and previous seasons merchandise. Designers include Herno, Ichi Antiquites, Hache, Ter et Bantine, and more; featuring pre-owned designer handbags–Chanel, Hermes, Dior, Goyard, Celine, and more.

WHERE: 160 9th Avenue

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BRAND: Theory & Helmut Lang Sample Sale

WHEN: 1/13–16/10; Monday (11am–8pm), Tues.–Thurs. (11am–7pm)

WHY: Women’s and men’s clothing, footwear, and accessories at a discount; includes samples and slight irregulars. All seasons; all sizes.

WHERE: 261 West 36th Street, 2nd floor

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BRAND: Yigal Azrouel Moving Showroom Sample Sale

WHEN: 1/13–01/16; Mon.–Thurs. (9am–6pm)

WHY: Up to 85% off stock and samples, including one-of-a-kind exclusives

WHERE: WeWork, 500 7th Avenue, 9th Floor


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