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Opening Ceremony will make its way back to Williamsburg at the end of this week for its biannual sample sale that begins Friday, March 4th and runs through Sunday, giving shoppers three full days to score savings on the trend-setting boutiques's namesake label, plus its usual impressive roster of designers.
The last time the sale took place at Villia — an airy, cool event space near the Williamsburg waterfront — we found that the pricier labels (think $300 and up per piece) with substantial stock represented included Moschino, Proenza Schouler, Christopher Kane, J.W. Anderson, and Veronique Branquinho. On the less expensive end, there was Band of Outsiders (RIP), Rachel Comey, Kenzo, Mother of Pearl, and more.
This time around, expect discounts on items like the Proenza Schouler mini croc embossed leather Kent bag ($500, originally $2,180), Christopher Kane's Frill Court leather shoes ($160, originally $675), Gitman Brothers for Opening Ceremony's gray flannel check button-down shirt ($45, originally $195), Hood by Air tees ($70, originally $300), and an exclusive Opening Ceremony x Rain backpack ($30, originally $125).
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