Monday, February 8, 2010

Ungaro 75% Off

The marketeer who suggested that Lindsy Lohan pay artistic advisement to Emanuel Ungaro must be in major trouble. It doesn't take a rocket scientist or a MBA from Northwestern to forecast a fashion disaster in the making. Sure, Justin Timberlake could lend his eye towards some jeans and tee shirts and 50 Cent can put is name on sweatshirts but Ungaro needs a Designer.



You can now rubberneck the Lindsy train-wreck, which is just hitting stores. While you're there, take a look through the fall/winter merchandise because its been reduced to 75% off. Unlike many Madison Avenue boutiques, Ungaro is stocked with past-season inventory. There are lots of dresses from which to choose.

We're just not sure how much longer this brand can exist with disappointing collections. After all, who wants to own any clothing that is associated with LL-- even if it were free.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very true. They destroyed that brand. They attempted to sell basic sweaters for 3k. It was utterly ridiculous. I look at the pieces that I bought from Ungaro years ago and it's almost as if I were shopping in a completely different store.

Anonymous said...

Very true. They destroyed that brand. They attempted to sell basic sweaters for 3k. It was utterly ridiculous. I look at the pieces that I bought from Ungaro years ago and it's almost as if I were shopping in a completely different store.

Anonymous said...

FYI, Lindsay Lohan had nothing to do with the fall collection that is 75% off. That was Esteban Cortazar's last effort for the house. Lohan's handiwork should be arriving in the store now... if it stays open.

Lisa said...

I don't believe Lindsay had anything to do with this disaster of a collection, it's gone wrong even without her! BUT I agree with you and am very dubious of all of these celebrities who think they are designers...it's a little insulting to those who really are!

Anonymous said...

They have had problems for at least three years. The collections were overpriced and poorly cut designs. They really destroyed the brand. Lindsay was just gas on the fire.

Anonymous said...

I went today. The store called the sale a consolidation sale. They have men's pieces too, but I didn't look. They still have lots of selection left. However, I think the collection is underwhelming and expensive for what it is -- not much.