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A tipster checked out the Editorialist sample sale this morning and confirms there are a lot of quality shoes, handbags and jewelry there—all in great condition, to boot. Some of the best finds for up to 70% off included leather handbags from Chloe and 3.1 Philip Lim, jewelry from Eddie Borgo and Tom Binns, shoes from Paul Andrew and more—but even with these discounts, the final prices on most of what was spotted is still pretty steep.
Among the Chloe bags was the Baylee in leopard for $1,500, and the Bronte medium chain for $1,000 as well as the Charlotte medium tote and some Devon medium shoulder bags. There were also plenty of Jason Wu bags, including a Daphne Astrakhan crossbody bag for $800 (from $2,995) and a Daphne suede clutch for $600.
3.1 Phillip Lim fans will be happy to know that the standard size Pashli is available in black and white, while a singular Pashli mini messenger was spotted for $450 (from $795). There were also a few medium Wednesday Boston satchel bags, available in black and clay.
In the shoe section were brands like Balmain, IRO, Alexandre Birman, Aquazzura, Oscar de la Renta, Chloe, Paul Andrew, and more that were between 50% and 70% off.
And for jewelry, one table held trays of Chloe, Eddie Borgo, Ca & Lou, Lulu Frost, Dannijio and Lele Sadoughi pieces, while another one had pieces from Oscar de la Renta, Tom Binns and Jennifer Fisher. Here, a Ca & Lou cuff earring went for $40 and the Anne bracelet for $350. An Oscar de la Renta feather necklace was $580, while a Jennifer Fisher toggle link bracelet was $200 and a Tom Binns lock bracelet was $80.
Most of what is available at the sale is also listed on their website, albeit at much higher prices. The sale runs through tomorrow afternoon at 143 Madison Avenue and while it is open to the public, an RSVP is required—see the Dealfeed below for more information.
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