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First Look At eBay's Designer Collab — All Under $100!

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    eBay has its highs (like scoring a vintage YSL dress for a '70s price) and its lows (paying $500 for a sold-out Zara bag). But the latest innovation from the original e-tailer is an amazing mix of high and low: They're collaborating with a mix of high-end designers, like Steven Alan, Fallon, Chris Benz, and Jonathan Adler, to bring you 40 specially designed, exclusive items under $100.

    The news just got a lot more exciting with photos of the sure-to-be-coveted merchandise. While it's not necessarily replacing our taste for all things luxe, the results are a pretty great opportunity to own some serious labels for an unbelievable price. Just in time for the holidays, the gift-able collection is full of practical, pretty wares for men, women, and the home (we're especially keen on those pajamas). The collection goes live on November 12.

    Unlike Target's similar mega-collaboration, which includes items priced well above $100, eBay is sticking to a more affordable approach. But whichever one you pick, this December just got a whole lot easier! (Racked)

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