Buy Spring '12 From Rag & Bone, Alex Wang, And More As Early As November

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We've always trusted the corporate worker-bees over at Style.com to deliver us the latest runway shots, capsule show reviews, and constant bloggy goodness. So, when we heard that Condé Nast's pied-à-terre in the online world would be offering e-commerce options for the first time, we knew we had to scout it out on your behalf. Timed with the launch of Style.com's new magazine (yes, that's a magazine launched off a website) in late October, "The Instant Get" program will debut with six items from six beloved designers—Eddie Borgo, Rag & Bone, Alexander Wang, Jason Wu, Proenza Schouler, and 3.1 Phillip Lim—all from their spring '12 collections, all months before they hit the stores. To add a bit of Condé-style exclusivity, the pieces—which run from Wu's beautiful python bag at $2,395 to a Proenza long-sleeved tee at $375—will only be offered in lots of five on a first-come, first-served basis in one-day sales starting November 2. Think of it as the ultra-luxe version of Of A Kind. If you're still confused, jump over here and, whatever you do, mark the date on your calendar, because if you want these styles for yourself, you're going to have a lot of competition (including us).
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