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Exclusive! We Mapped Out Your Game Plan For Tomorrow's Barneys Sale

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    We pretty much went out of our minds this afternoon when Barneys granted us exclusive early access to tomorrow's super sale of the year. Walking into the uber-organized (not for long!), empty-feeling space ahead of the sartorial steals made us feel like heaven had flung open its pearly gates!

    Here's our hot tip: run as fast as you can, first to the shoes, as the designer wares were limited to one rack (albeit a very long one). Among our fabulous finds, we spotted amazing T-strap Opening Ceremony shoes for $149 (originally priced at $430!), a minimally damaged PS1, and Celine and Givenchy bags galore.

    Click through for a sneak peek at some of our fave finds. We didn't get to shop (pure torture) — but 5 of our readers won early entry, and are there right now, armed with $100 gift cards. No worries though. We promise there's plenty left for you!

    Oh. And we heard from some of the staff that the line will begin to form around 6 a.m. mañana, so set those alarms, sisters!

    When: February 11 - 20; check here for times.
    Where: The L.A. Convention Center, 1201 South Figueroa Street (At West Pico Boulevard); South Hall/Area K; 213-741-1151.

    Photography by Jazzi McGilbert.

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