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About Laugh Cry Repeat

Laugh Cry Repeat founder William Anzevino began his fashion career when he was still in high school — starting out with jewelry, then adding T-shirt design to his repertoire. In his early 20s, Anzevino designed a series of shirts for the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, moved to Los Angeles, and created the Warhol-inspired label Anzevino and Florence (now defunct) with business partner Richard Florence. With his slouchy-chic women's clothing label Laugh Cry Repeat, Anzevino offers up a collection of bold, beautiful dresses accented with lace or twists of draping silk, mesh tops, and playful pieces like the heart tee: a heather grey sweatshirt with a black suede heart detail.

Past Sales Featuring Laugh Cry Repeat

Sale Ended August 04, 2012

Polished & Pretty Feat. Project Alabama

Sometimes you just need to stock up on basics — the pieces that can be dressed up or down and that look just as good in the summer as they do in the fall. The key to charming pieces in this sale is that they’re so casually cool, they go with everything. Mix and match tops, bottoms, and dresses by Project Alabama and other fun labels — in everything from bold brights to chic prints.

Sale Ended May 07, 2013

Sunday Night Steals Up to 70% Off

Score some of the hottest styles of the season by your favorite designer names — at prices you're sure to love. This one-stop shop is filled with clothing and accessories to make updating your wardrobe a total breeze.

Sale Ended August 07, 2012

Mobile Exclusive: 50 Easy Summer Dresses

Effortlessly stylish shirt dresses, ethereal maxis, sleek LBDs, and more

Sale Ended June 04, 2012

Colorful Dresses & More Feat. Laugh Cry Repeat

Bold, beautiful, dresses are all the rage this summer, and this of-the-moment sale — featuring slouchy-chic line Laugh Cry Repeat and other top names — is specially designed to help you perfect the look. From colorful maxi dresses to flirty minis, we've got color, color, and more color. And if the runways are any indication, you'll be right on-trend.