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About Sunner

Sunner is a clothing line meant to appeal to your inner surfer girl. Susan Denner Lee, a Melbourne, Australia native, founded her brand after working retail at Helmut Lang and Jill Stuart and taking a life-changing trip to Brazil. Carefree girlishness and beach-easy silhouettes are Sunner’s stock in trade, as evidenced in its many styles of Bermuda shorts, ruffle dresses, tiny black rompers, and strapless frocks. Yet the label makes room in its closet for elegant outerwear, including belted wool top coats and flattering jackets. Vintage details like grosgrain trim and contrast stitching make Sunner’s designs at once bohemian and elegant.

Past Sales Featuring Sunner

Sale Ended April 19, 2013

Sunner

Made for the carefree girl with a flair for bohemian-chic style, Australian brand Sunner is ideal for the warm-weather months. Look for the brand's signature antique-inspired prints, seen in the dainty floral silk tunics and damask-striped maxi dresses here, ideally paired with long medallion pendants and flat woven sandals.

Sale Ended June 28, 2013

Shift Into Neutral: Everyday Looks

We’re all about a major dose of color for summer, but the luxe neutral hues here make just as much impact. Create a clean canvas for the season and outfit yourself in everything from printed tan dresses and embroidered ivory tops to pleated grey shorts and classic black tees — brought to you by beloved names like C&C California, Candela, and Free People.

Sale Ended May 29, 2013

Skirts, Pants & Shorts Under $80

This summer, easy wardrobe pieces are essential for girls on the go, so we've gathered some chic, versatile styles to help you put together outfits in a snap. From sleek pencil skirts in electric hues to perfectly distressed cut-offs and pastel skinny jeans, we’ve got your covered from workday to weekend to a night out with the girls.

Sale Ended July 06, 2010

Sunner, Modern Amusement and Fremont

This multivendor sale is like an ultra-fashionable time machine. Modern Amusement’s dresses, tops and windbreakers have a distinctly ’80s-retro feel, while Sunner touches down in that same decade (denim dresses, silk tunics) while also drawing from more recent eras (cropped cardigans, “indie” shirtdresses). And Fremont takes a more timeless approach with its flirty tops, tanks, jumpers and summer dresses from Fremont.