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Help Hurricane Sandy Victims at Lucky Shops Shopping Event!

Due to Hurricane Sandy, Lucky Magazine's annual, ultimate shopping party was rescheduled to December 6-8.  So if you're in New York City during the pre-holiday retail rush, get your ticket to the exclusive LUCKY SHOPS 2012 (82Mercer @ 82 Mercer Street between Spring and Broome Streets) to indulge in a little retail therapy and score great deals on designer fashion.  

All items will be priced at up to 70% off the full retail price, and featured designers include Foley + Corinna, Rachel Roy, Rebecca Minkoff, Trina Turk and Organic by John Patrick. Part of the proceeds will benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy, and the Julian D. King Gift Foundation, a non-profit organization co-founded by music diva and Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Hudson that helps children of all backgrounds to become productive, confident and happy adults.  And if you attend the VIP event (Dec. 6), you'll even get the chance to hobnob with Ms. Hudson. 


Foley + Corinna Suede Mini

Trendy scarf on sale at Lucky Shops.

Sole Society's Valentina Boots

Now in its ninth year, LUCKY SHOPS has become the benchmark for all shopping events, bringing the pages of the magazine to life with a unique mix of established and up-and-coming designer brands at a variety of price points. Lucky’s team of experts have carefully curated their favorite fashions, shoes, jewelry and more.  Shoppers will also enjoy music, refreshments, giveaways and much more!
American Express® cardholders receive $25 off a purchase of $100 or more when you "Sync Before You Shop" with any eligible American Express® Card. Shoppers will also enjoy makeovers by Maybelline New York Color Studio, hourly giveaways by Sole Society and Lucky Breaks Deals, where designers discount one select “Lucky Breaks” item from their boutique at least 60% off while supplies last.
Here's the Dec. 6-8 schedule:
Dec. 6: VIP Charity Shopping Party Hosted by JENNIFER HUDSON, 6PM - 9PM, $150 in advance, $155 at the door.
Dec. 7: FIRST DIBS FRIDAY, 10AM – 7PM, $35 in advance, $40 at the door.
Dec. 7: FRIDAY GENERAL ADMISSION, 12PM - 7PM, $30 in advance, $35 at the door. 
Dec. 8: SUPER SHOPPER SATURDAY, 10AM - 5PM, $30 in advance, $35 at the door. 
Dec. 8: SATURDAY GENERAL ADMISSIONS, 12PM - 5PM, $35 in advance, $40 at the door. 
Dec. 7-8: DOUBLE DEALS 2-DAY PASS, Friday 12PM-7PM and Saturday 12PM-5PM, $50 in advance, $55 at the door.
To purchase tickets and for more information, please visit LuckyShops.com


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