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Since launching her line of contemporary women’s dresses from her NYC apartment in 2009, clothing designer Amy Matto has dressed Cindy Crawford, Halle Berry, and many other celebs in her ultra-feminine, understated frocks. What makes this particularly impressive is that Matto received no formal fashion training before creating her eponymous label. Made entirely in New York, the Amy Matto collection includes striking color-blocked dresses in three-tone stretch wool, elegant sleeveless front-twist dresses, and styles perfect for work, cocktail parties, or the beach. Or all three!

Past Sales Featuring AMY MATTO

Sale Ended January 01, 2014

Trina Turk, Amy Matto & More

Ultra-feminine silhouettes marked by bold colors and prints that pop.

Sale Ended February 13, 2014

The Ultimate Dress Shop: Sweater Dresses

As temperatures continue to drop, bundle up in a supremely comfy sweater dress to chase a chill and work a pulled-together look, all with one easy piece. Everything you love about your favorite winter basics—wool, cotton, and cashmere sweaters—translates into dress form to work easily at the office, on weekends, and everywhere in between. Get inspired by two utterly distinct ways to wear it, then shop the sale below to score your new favorite must-have.<br /> &#8212;TRACEY LOMRANTZ LESTER, Editorial Director

Sale Ended September 24, 2013

Color of the Moment: Hot Pink

Even though we love to indulge in fall’s rich color palette, there’s still a place for traffic-stopping brights. Make a major splash this season in of-the-moment hot pink, saturating this mix of silk button-downs, skinny cords, ruched jersey dresses, and cropped jackets in shades ranging from fuchsia to vibrant peony.

Sale Ended December 04, 2013

Dresses Under $80

No need to break the bank to score a stylish piece you'll wear again and again. Case in point: This mix of perfectly flattering dresses. From peplum-trimmed sheaths to printed silk minis to sequin-covered shifts, we’ve got something for the workweek, dinner dates, and upcoming New Year’s fetes