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There's a ton of cool parties and product launches going on for Fashion's Night Out, but the real reason to get out there is to pick up some of the exclusive stuff that's only going to be available tomorrow night. For example, Phillip Lim is remaking five signature styles from his archives. The specific pieces and number available are a big secret until tomorrow's sale, after which they'll be gone forever.
Jason Wu will be selling a limited-edition doll based on his fall 2009 collection exclusively at Jeffrey New York, and those dolls of his go really quickly. If you just can't deal with introducing guests to your doll collection, Wu will also be selling 10 of his framed original sketches at Kirna Zabete.
Cartier and Chanel will both be opening custom handbag shops where you can build your own Cartier Marcello or Chanel Monogram bags. Cartier also will be having an exclusive sale of its new collection of Trinity rings.
Tom Binns will be doing recyclable totes that are only available that evening. (Why would anyone recycle one after going through all the trouble to get it?) At Barney's, Proenza Schouler's Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez will be signing PS1 leather wallets made for the evening. And Tory Burch will be selling a navy version of her World Charm Necklace just for the event. Really, there's no way anyone is getting any sleep on Thursday.
·One Night Only: Limited Editions for Fashion’s Night Out [Style.com]