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About Hype

The makers of Hype handbags know that fashionable young things have places to go and people to see — and that sometimes it all needs to happen on a budget. The line got its start in 2000, when their NYC in-house design team began crafting all-leather handbags and small leather goods that held their own against higher-end luxury pieces. Today, the line includes womenswear, too, with playful, edgy separates and dresses taking center stage. Hype has received frequent attention from style bibles <i>Lucky</i>, <i>Glamour</i> and <i>Marie Claire</i>.

Past Sales Featuring Hype

Sale Ended May 15, 2012

Sunday Night Steals: Apparel & Accessories

Want to score of-the-moment styles by some of your favorite designer names for less? This inspired mix of essential flats, booties, totes, belts, handbags, and more from some of our favorite designer names makes dressing for the warm weather a total breeze. Happy Sunday!

Sale Ended June 11, 2011

Summer Blackout: The Black Bag

No matter what the colors of the moment may be, there's no doubt that black remains fashion's favorite color. This sale celebrates the hue with a panorama of handbags in all manner of silhouettes. You'll find a variety of satchels, leather totes, hobos, crossbodies, and minis, plus a few tiny clutches for big nights out.

Sale Ended April 22, 2011

A Print Story

Who says it's best to blend in? The current mixed-pattern mania dictates that the bigger and brighter the print, the better. With that in mind, we've pulled together a sparkling array of frocks awash in whimsically splashy florals, subtle paisleys, pretty ombre designs, and more—all perfect for helping you nail the look come spring.

Sale Ended April 27, 2011

Hype & Magnes Sisters Handbags

Who says your everyday carry-all bag can't stand out from the crowd? The attention-grabbing totes, satchels, and clutches from this pair of like-minded (and very well-liked) labels boast daring shapes and quirky details, including multiple zippers, studs, and origami-like folds.