THE SALE REPORT: Neiman Marcus Fashion Show to Benefit HelpUsAdopt.org and Winter Sales & Deals

Our latest batch of reasons to get out there and shop

Neiman Marcus: The Art of Fashion To Benefit HelpUsAdopt.org
This Thursday, Neiman Marcus in King of Prussia is hosting a cocktail party and fashion show to benefit the non-profit started by Philadelphia couple Kipp and Becky Fawcett, HelpUsAdopt.org. The organization offers grants to families — regardless of race, religion, marital status, gender, or sexuality — battling the suffocating costs of adoption. One hundred percent of the $100 ticket price goes straight to HelpUsAdopt. RSVP at 917-684-5484 or becky.fawcett@helpusadopt.org.
Thursday March 4, 6-8

John Wind/Maximal Art Limited Edition Pieces to Benefit AIDS
Decades ago, the John Wind AIDS Jewelry Project raised boatloads of money to benefit AIDS foundations — and now the local designer has done it again. Fifty percent of the profits from his two limited-edition pieces, locally available at Scarlett Alley in Old City, Joan Shepp in Rittenhouse, and JimmyStyle in South Philly, will go to local AIDS organizations ActionAIDS and Mazzoni Center.

Lolita
This fave Delaware clothing and accessory boutique is hosting a First Thursday party this evening at the store, featuring 15 percent off everything in the store — which includes tons of new goodies for spring. (And psst: They’re now carrying shoes!)
Thursday March 4

Malena’s Vintage Boutique: Sale
To celebrate spring being almost here, they’re marking down tons of in-stock spring dresses by up to 50 percent at this fab vintage boutique along West Chester’s main drag. There’s also a new program in place: Spend over $20 and use cash, and you’ll get a $5 coupon towards your next visit to the store, good on anything.

3000BC Spa: Special Deals
Through March, when you get laser hair removal on one area at this popular local spa, you can get a second area of equal or lesser value lasered for free — which comes out to a lot of savings.

Matthew Izzo: Winter Clearance Sale
Right now, everything in this eclectic Old City shop is marked down between 50 and 80 percent–and because they’ve recently acquired over 1,000 products from a closed-down boutique, there’s even more home accessories, jewelry, clothing, furniture than usual.
The sale is going on for the next six weeks.

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