What do Chanel, Ralph, Armani and Missoni all have in common? They’re all going POSH®! Lighthouse Guild’s annual POSH® Sale is back and bigger than ever! New York’s hottest fashion fundraiser is offering thousands of new and gently worn couture and ready-to-wear designer clothing, shoes and accessories at unbelievable prices! This year’s POSH® Sale will kick off at Lighthouse Guild on 110 East 60th Street with a not-to-be-missed Benefit Preview on Wednesday, May 13th, followed by the public sale on Thursday, May 14th through Sunday, May 17th.
All proceeds from the sale will benefit Lighthouse Guild, which provides a full spectrum of integrated vision + healthcare services helping people who are blind or visually impaired, as well as those with multiple disabilities or chronic medical conditions lead productive, dignified and fulfilling lives.
In addition to individual departments for women’s couture and ready-to-wear items, shoes, jewelry, accessories and men’s, this year’s sale will feature its largest vintage Chanel boutique to date! Shoppers will be saying “oh my POSH” while perusing over 100 iconic Chanel pieces including suits, jackets, blouses and bags. Other designers available at the 42nd annual POSH® Sale include: Armani, Carolina Herrera, Christian Louboutin, Gucci, JimmyChoo, Lanvin, Michael Kors, M Missoni, Nicole Miller, Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Lauren and YSL. In addition to items from personal collections, the sale will also feature new items donated directly by designers themselves, including 1,500 Hobo bags, clothing from M Missoni and jewelry from Gerard Yosca.
For fashion enthusiasts who’ve always wanted to own top designer duds, this year’s POSH® Sale cannot be missed. Since items are available on a first come first serve basis, it is highly recommended that shoppers visit the sale at their earliest convenience. Tickets for the POSH® Benefit Preview & Cocktail Reception on Wednesday, May 13thare $200 per person and include passes for all four days of the public sale, as well as a $50 gift card. $175 is tax-deductible.