Monday, June 4, 2012

DVF Raises Sample Sale Prices

Today marked the beginning of the bi-annual Diane von Furstenberg sample sale. As usual, wrap dresses and wonderful silk prints were plentiful. Prices, however have gone up a bit from last season.

In prior seasons, blouses and sweaters were $80 but this season they are priced at $90. The biggest price jump was in the handbag and leather goods section. Last season, bags topped out at $250 but this season they are priced up to $285.




It's not surprising that DVF has raised their prices. Since we started covering the sale in 2009, prices have remained the same. Unfortunately, we can't say the same for retail price tags.

Those shopping the DVF online sample sale will be less satisfied. Online dresses range from $150 to $337. If you're in the market for really great prices, we suggest waiting for markdowns at the Flatiron sale. We suspect discounts will start Wednesday afternoon. Inventory is replenished throughout the sale, so don't be shy about stalk-shopping. Prices for this season and last season are below.

DVF Sample Sale 
Tuesday, June 5 through Saturday, June 9
Tues 9am to 6:30pm, Wed 10am to 8pm, Thurs 10am to 7pm, Fri 9am to 5pm, Sat 10am to 3pm 260
 Fifth Ave. (bet. 28th & 29th St.)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Same with Tracy Reese
I don't understand why retailers choose 260 over met pavilion or even clothingline

The moving racks are too dangerous with the protruding feet and the area is too small and the blaring hip hop is just too too much

Anonymous said...

what are you talking about... clothing line is garbage and the metropolitan pavilion is kinda annoying to get to. 260 does a pretty good job considering this sale will be nutso regardless of where its held.

Anonymous said...

I agree, 260 is much better than clothingline. I'm neutral on Met Pavilion. I went to this sale today and it was relatively calm. I only waited 5 minutes to get in and I didn't have to deal with people pushing me like when they had the Minkoff sale. I even got through the racks with no problem.