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Shake Off the Winter Doldrums With Some Extra Discounts

If the winter doldrums have you in need of a little retail therapy, then step right up: It’s President’s Day weekend, and most online shops are jumping at any excuse to host a sale. There are more than enough sales to go around; I’ve highlighted the best of the best below, with a few great deals pulled out.

February is a bit of a misfit month when it comes to shopping — you don’t need any more winter stuff, but it’s too early for spring clothes — so I’ve tried to focus on stores and brands that make great year-round staples. On the other hand, I’ve also included some retailers that stock fun designers, in case your winter blues are so bad you need a total curveball to bring a smile to that face. Cory Baldwin, shopping editor

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Garmentory: Flash sale for Nashville boutiques. Garmentory is shining a spotlight on some of Nashville’s coolest brands and boutiques — including Imogene + Willie and Goodwin — with up to 60% off. I’m eyeing these great high-waisted jeans, as well as all the lovely mules at Ceri Hoover.

Gilt: Take an extra 20% off on Monday. Gilt and Gilt City are offering an extra 20% off for President’s Day. Current sales include Veda and Gucci, so you’ll probably find something worth splurging on.

Lou & Grey: Take 25% off your entire purchase. If you can’t help but look forward to spring clothes, Lou & Grey is offering 25% off your purchase, including new arrivals and featured brands, from Lacausa to Tai Jewelry.

Madewell: Take an extra 30% off sale items through Tuesday. Madewell has a ton of stuff on sale right now, from booties to overalls, so this deal is even better than it sounds. I’ve got my eye on this off-the-shoulder top, which after the discount is around $20 (originally $68).

Matches Fashion: Up to 80% off. Most of the multi-brand designer retailers have wrapped up their winter sales — Opening Ceremony has a mere 12 items left in the women’s sale section — but Matches is still going strong with page after page of desirable labels, from the highly wearable (like SEA and Frame) to the pie-in-the-sky (like Zimmermann and Valentino).

Mohawk General Store: Up to 50% off. On the boutique front, LA’s Mohawk General Store has some real gems in the sale section for both men and women from brands that don’t often go on sale, like Ryan Roche, Sandy Liang, Dries Van Noten, and Tibi.

Nordstrom: Up to 40% off. For another not-picked-over sale, head to Nordstrom, which just launched today and will run through February 26th. Highlights include Rag & Bone and Stuart Weitzman.

The Dreslyn: 20% off your order with code WINTER. This sale is great because it applies to anything on the whole site, whether or not it’s already marked down. Shop everything from Common Projects sneakers to A.P.C. jeans.

Why Does Fashion Week Still Exist?
Guys with long hair.

I should, or could, be at fashion shows right now. It’s the Saturday of Fashion Week — Alexander Wang day! — but instead I’m at a coffee shop writing this and editing Racked’s new political style guide because times are weird, but also because in the past week at least five people have asked me why Fashion Week still exists and I have no idea.

Caroline de Maigret walked past me on the quick walk over here, validating the question. We’re on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, far from the closest runway, and if the striking French street style star, a Chanel ambassador, is in jeans and sneakers with a kid carrying a pizza box, my decision to play hooky has been blessed by a totally chill fashion goddess.

Let’s get one thing out of the way: The world is a mess and everything is questionable right now. If you aren’t having moments of “Why does this matter?” you probably aren’t reading the news. But even putting that aside, Fashion Week is due for a gut renovation — a complete leveling, even. In lieu of what was an electric, vibrant celebration of creativity is a panicked rush to sell a thing, to cling to a crumbling, outdated structure that doesn’t appear to work very well for anyone. And let me add that I love fashion, I have cried at fashion shows, but something is broken.

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