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- Oak 'Rider' jacket, $315 (was $630)
- Catbird rose gold thorn necklace, $168 (was $198)
- Baggu 'Happy' bag, $7.20 (was $9)
- Harry Allen for Areaware brush vase, $52.50 (was $75) with the code 'TURKEY' at Life:Curated
- Mociun mismatched circle studs, $377.60 (was $472) at Otte
- Ace & Jig 'Cabin Plaid' cotton 'Shop' dress, $169 (was $240) at Bird
- Pamela Love 'Tunnel' ring with labradorite, $240 (was $300) with the code 'SAVE20'
- Kara pebble leather large 'Stowaway' bag, $175 with the code 'GET20' (was $365) at Opening Ceremony
- Venessa Arizaga 'Mixtape' bracelet, $27.50 (was $55) with the code 'CYBER WEEK'
- Jin Soon 'Tout Ensemble' gift set, $48 with the code 'GETPOLISHED' (was $56)
- Loeffler Randall 'Lock' backpack, $277.60 (was $495) with the code 'CYBERMON'
- Suzanne Rae 'Honeycomb' sweater dress, $330 (was $388) at Spiritual America
- Melissa Joy Manning Herkimer diamond ring, $270 (was $360) with the code 'MJM25'
- Upstate throw pillow, $69.60 (was $116) with the code 'CyberMonday'
- Aandd 'Sea Sack' in 'Claret,' $207 (was $295) with the code 'CYBERSPACE' at Personnel of New York
Unlike Black Friday—when your shopping ambitions are limited by the size of your mall, or your tolerance for crowds, or how adept you are at schlepping shopping bags on the subway—Cyber Monday consumerism knows no bounds. But with nearly every e-commerce site dangling discounts on our desktops, it's hard to pick a place to start, which is why we're tackling local deals before we even try wading into a place like Amazon. Here we've rounded up 15 picks from some of our favorite NYC designers—including those whose goods almost never go on sale (looking at you, Catbird).