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If you lived in New York in the 1990s, Daryl Kerrigan was the designer to know and wear. Beloved for her precision-cut ultra-flattering pants, soft-touch-minimalistic separates, and tendencies toward a louche-but-sleek silhouette, Kerrigan embodied the early, wildly successful, downtown-goes-mainstream movement in '90s New York fashion. After selling her company, dabbling in rapid expansion, and dealing with a subsequent fallout, she's made several attempts at a comeback. We're still fans, and we're holding on for Daryl K's next great fashion moment. In the meantime, there are some great Daryl K basics and separates in today's Gilt sample sale.
· Daryl K Sample Sale [Gilt]