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Andrew Marc Sample Sale: From the Slopes to the Shore
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Andrew Marc — recognized by the fashion elite as a leading designer of outerwear and apparel — is hosting its annual sample sale this week. The Andrew Marc sample sale, a New York tradition, features tremendous savings on the hottest men’s, women’s and girls’ leather, fur, wool, down, and rain outerwear and apparel. Make sure to catch this sale for great deals, as much as 80 percent off retail prices.

Standout styles include Andrew Marc’s Italian wool coat with removable rabbit fur vest for $299 (originally $1,195), an asymmetrical leather moto crop jacket with diamond quilted sleeves for $349 (originally $995), a down jacket with detachable coyote fur-trimmed hood for $199 (originally $410), and a men’s leather stand-collar jacket with rabbit fur lining for $449 (originally $1,195). There are also a wide selection of dresses for $39 (originally $118 to $288).

The sale also features the French luxury brand Vilebrequin, specializing in men’s and women’s swimwear, ready-to-wear and accessories. Founded on the beaches of Saint-Tropez, the brand has a following among the most distinguished celebrities, the most sought-after style for those in search of the latest trends. Vilebrequin products are up to 80 percent off, starting at just $20, and include swimwear, cover-ups, shorts, tees, polos, button-down shirts, hats, and beach bags. There’s limited inventory — it’ll go fast!

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