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Revolve Clothing has just announced the launch of Rewind, an invite-only designer discount site that combines temporary sale events with a 24-7 shop of bargain merch, in the vein of Net-a-Porter sister site The Outnet.
At the moment, there are seven "pop-up sales" going on for both guys and gals—Paige Premium Denim, Paige Black Label, Cheap Monday, Riller & Fount, Voom by Joy Han, Shades of Greige and Clai— all of which will be running through Sunday (so slightly longer than the one-day sales hosted by other sites). Prices for these are well over 50% off retail— we spotted Cheap Monday pencil skirts for around $20, Shades of Greige men's jackets starting at $52, and Paige jeans between $83-$91.
As for the static store, a banner ad boasts over 2200 newly marked-down pieces, including designers like Catherine Holstein, Jenni Kayne and Kimberly Ovitz for women, and James Perse, LOVA and KZO for men. With Gilt Group's lower-priced Gilt Fuse set to launch in less than a week, this is shaping up to be a banner month for deals on buzzy young designers.
·Launches and Releases: Gilt Fuse Goes Live August 12 [Racked]
·Rewind [Official Site]