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About Eva Franco

Born in Hungary, educated in NYC, and trained in Paris, fashion designer Eva Franco has followed her love of fashion around the globe. It wasn’t until she moved to Los Angeles, however, that her own women’s clothing brand truly hit the big time. Uninterested in the basics, Franco has become known for designing intricately detailed dresses and tops that feature bold graphic prints or luxe, shimmering fabrics. Franco continues to travel around the world in search of new ideas and themes for her collections. Embraced by Hollywood, Franco’s designs regularly adorn the likes of Lea Michele (a fan of the red heart-patterned Aurora dress) and Taylor Swift and appear in fashion publications such as <i>Lucky</i> and <i>Life & Style</i>.

Past Sales Featuring Eva Franco

Sale Ended April 26, 2011

Almost Gone: One-of-a-Kind Women's Picks

Spot a piece that has your name on it? Snag it before it's too late—each item in this assortment is the only one left of its kind. Check back throughout the day for new styles, from versatile accessories perfect for the workday to dresses and layer-friendly separates you'll live in all season long.

Sale Ended January 03, 2012

Sunday Night Steals: Apparel & Accessories

Want to score of-the-moment wintertime styles by some of your favorite designer names for less? This mix of essentials makes dressing for the cold weather simple. Keep your eye out for cashmere sweaters, sleek denim, flirty frocks, chic handbags, footwear and more — all handpicked with the holiday season in mind.

Sale Ended September 09, 2011

Fall Staples

Here at Gilt Groupe, we take great pleasure in making sure your wardrobe is stocked for every situation—day, night, or in between. Case in point: This fabulous fall roundup, which includes such staples as silk drawstring pants from La Fee Verte, a black silk dress from Isabel Vu, and denim leggings from David Lerner.

Sale Ended August 21, 2010

Eva Franco

Eva Franco finds style inspiration in her travels around the world — the Hungarian-born designer went to school at FIT before training in Paris and jet-setting to LA — and says she would never design anything basic. Her claim proves true, as evidenced by this selection of intricately designed tops and dresses. White piping lends whimsy to a sleek black pencil skirt. And the polka-dot dress looks like two perfectly matched separates, with a high-waisted black skirt and a dotted silk bodice.