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About Juliette Longuet

In 2003, French designer Juliette Longuet left Paris for New York, where she attended the Fashion Institute of Technology. Her eponymous collection was launched later that same year, and was well-received by retailers; her dresses and skirts landed in more than 150 stores around the country, including Saks Fifth Avenue. Fans adore her cool, elegant femininity, as rendered in her signature chiffons, sequins, and tweeds.

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Sale Ended February 18, 2012

Juliette Longuet

Coolly elegant with a major dose of femininity, the designs by French designer Juliette Longuet are the perfect combination of Parisian glamour and New York's brand of chic functionality. Ruffled dresses with cap sleeves, tailored tuxedo shirts, printed silky blouses, and strapless party frocks are among the adorable offerings here — so get them before fashionistas everywhere snap them up!

Sale Ended March 03, 2012

The Button-Down

Whether it's tucked into a pencil skirt for the office or paired with jeans, the button-down epitomizes effortless chic. In this one-stop button-down shop, we've got everything from crisp, borrowed-from-the-boys to decidedly more feminine options in semi-sheer silk chiffon or luxurious lace.

Sale Ended March 10, 2012

The Printed Dress

Nothing welcomes the warmer season quite like a vibrantly printed dress — and our lively sale's got the whole spectrum, including on-trend animal patterns and stripes, perennially cool florals, and more. Just pair one with your favorite flat sandals, a floppy hat and a cardigan, <i>et voila</i>.

Sale Ended April 06, 2012

The Little Bright Dress

Move over, Little Black Dress — one glance at this selection of Little Bright Dresses (technically also LBDs) and you may never want to go basic black again. Spring is here, and these swingy, draped, and fitted looks range from subtle to sexy. Among our faves: the bright florals and the on-trend colorblocked numbers.