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RackedWire: Former Lucky Editor Enters the Dress-Rental Business; New L.E.S. Boutique Ale et Ange Smells Like Boys

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Dresses from Carolina Herrera, DVF and Vera Wang via <a href="http://www.weartodaygonetomorrow.com/S">Wear Today Gone Tomorrow</a>
Dresses from Carolina Herrera, DVF and Vera Wang via Wear Today Gone Tomorrow

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ONLINE—Wear Today Gone Tomorrow (har) is a new dress-rental site launched by a former Lucky editor. The premise sounds a lot like Bag Borrow or Steal: For 90% off retail, they'll rent you a nearly-new designer item for a week. Pay 70% off retail, and you get it for a month. They also claim to have a fancy new measuring system that guarantees all the rentals will fit, and they'll give you your money back if the system fails. [Racked Inbox]

LOWER EAST SIDE—At least one Racked tipster approves of new Orchard Street shop Ale et Ange: "It's definitely one of the more interesting store concepts on the LES. The men's pants look great, and the bath products smell like clean boys. Yum!" [Racked Inbox]