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At noon today, Objects Without Meaning, LD Tuttle, Kain Label, and more cool pals will kick off their three-day sample sale in the DTLA Arts District. We scored a sneak peek last night as the brands were setting up and can attest to the stellar savings in store.
Upon entering, you'll find LD Tuttle's edgy-cool footwear immediately to the left, all organized by size. Expect pricing to fall within $75 and $400 depending on the style and season; past season sandals and heels are around $150, while boots are from $200 to $250. There's also a selection of spring '16 styles for $225 to $350, or about 50% off regular price. Everything you see is what they've got, so don't expect any restocks.
Then there's Objects Without Meaning's cool-girl essentials—including tops, dresses, bottoms, and denim, which are going for $50 to $90. There are also current-season items for 30% off.
(The brand wasn't finished setting up last night; stay tuned for more images.) We've added a few more shots of OWM's merch.
Over in Kain Label's corner, expect tops and bottoms for $40 and dresses for $50, plus about a dozen $5 bins holding past-season basics. You'll also find pint-sized clothing from designer Amanda Kain's cool kids line Roux, including tie-dye wonders, onesies, and more priced from $10 to $50.
If you're seeking super-soft staples, Soyer's cashmere basics are going for as low as $40, plus current items at major markdowns. We spotted tops for $40, cardigans and dresses for $60, and spring sweaters for $260. We're told that there's more inventory available, so ask staff if you don't find your size.
Although Maison du Soir wasn't set up yet, expect up to 80% off their matching pajama sets, loungewear, chemises, and more sleek sleepwear.
Above, click through the gallery for a taste of what to expect and swing by today and tomorrow from 12 to 6pm and Saturday from 10am to 3pm.