Designing Women

An exclusive designer collection from Lucky Magazine, Kristin Davis for Belk and more

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David Stewart

GET LUCKY:  What do Tracy Reese, Shoshanna, Rebecca Taylor and Abbe Held of Kooba have in common?  (Besides killer style, that is!)  Give up?  They, along with a few fashion partners-in-crime, have joined forces with Lucky Magazine and HSN to present an exclusive limited-edition designer collection.  As part of Lucky’s ongoing mission to “make fashion accessible to everyone”, this selection of high quality, picture-perfect pieces is priced to move.  Grab your clicker and a fresh cup of coffee to shop from the comfort of your couch tonight and tomorrow morning on HSN (check your cable listings).  And if the suspense is already killing you – like we know it is – you can go ahead and scope out all the handbags, dresses, jewelry and more here and click here to (virtually) meet the designers.

CITY GIRL:  Speaking of ladies who always look chic, we’re in love with Kristin Davis’ collection for Belk.  As prim and proper Charlotte on Sex and the City, Davis sported body conscious skirts, flirty tops and ladylike sheaths, and her affordably priced line reflects the same feminine yet modern personality.  This Multi-chain Necklace, for example, is very “now” – great for kicking up your little black dress on date night.  Likewise, a Plaid Trench combines two of fall’s hottest trends in one versatile item you’ll wear all season long.  And did we mention the bargain prices?  Shop the Kristin Davis collection online or cick here to find your nearest Belk.

HEY BABY:  Finally, we couldn’t mention designing divas without a shout-out to Kimora Lee Simmons.  The statuesque siren behind Baby Phat embodies urban-chic style, and you can shop her line’s new Fall 2009 separates, dresses, jackets and more online today.  Plus, take an extra 15 percent off select sale-priced items right now, like this V-Neck Ruffle Shirred Dress for just $25.49 (originally $59).  At that price, you could throw in this sleek Strand Necklace (just $28) and still feel virtuously thrifty.

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