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Tucker's showroom space at 413 W. 14th Street is huge, but the entrance is decidedly inconspicuous. When we arrived at today's sale, we immediately got lost with a whole bunch of women looking for deals of up to 70% off Gaby Basora's print-happy line.
Up the elevator four floors, towards the right and down the hall, we found a trove of merchandise from Tucker's spring 2010 collection. Fun patterns such red, blue and white sails and the delicate Early Morning Floral were available in the form of dresses, shorts, tops and tanks. There was a plethora to choose from for girls with all kinds of tastes, although the price point was definitely was high. The spring 2010 rack we looked through had lots of tops and dresses going for $141, $135, and $95. Lowest price we saw: $35 for shorts.
The sale also stars Crumley, a jewelry line featuring fine leather, hand-printed silk, and vintage Czech glass pearls, along with model Alex Wek's bag collection Wek 1933. Crumley's bright, colorful necklaces would be so much fun to wear with Tucker's whimsical dresses. The pieces, carried by stores like Opening Ceremony and Bergdorf Goodman, are currently 35% to 50% off. Several bags from Wek1933 were on sale in the price range of $200 to $300.
The sale runs until Tuesday at 7pm. That's one option to get your print fix—or just wait until September, when Target releases its own Tucker line.—Joann Pan
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