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Gaby Basora's clothing line, Tucker, started as a capsule of three-quarter-sleeve blouses done in a variety of pretty prints and breezy fabrics. It's now grown to a full-scale collection with separates and outerwear, though its carefree ethos and homegrown production (each piece is made in NYC) remain.
Basora might be an East Coast gal, but next week she's shipping out a bunch of goods for us West Coasters to enjoy—all at a huge discount. There will be tops (of course) as well as dresses, coats, jumpsuits, children's garments and true samples from past seasons, predominately last fall and holiday. Everything will be marked 75% off and up; pieces will be priced from just $50. Shop it one day only on March 14th from 10am to 8pm.
· Tucker by Gaby Basora [Official Site]