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Luxury Consignment Shop DecadesTwo.1 Launches E-commerce

After 10 years of success, L.A.-based luxury designer consignment shop DecadesTwo is moving toward the 21st century by reincarnating itself as DecadesTwo.1 (very tongue-in-cheek) and going e-commerce.

Yesterday morning, the boutique--which regularly does pop-up shops in major cities around the country and also partners with private sale site HauteLook--revealed its new and improved website. Full of features that should help it score even more fans (alongside current regulars Rachel Zoe, Charlize Theron, and Julianne Moore) the site is now shoppable in three ways: by designer, by category, and by "featured closet."

The designer roster is very impressive, and searching by brand is definitely an easy way to narrow down the choices. Personally, I prefer browsing by category, because in addition to the regular shoes, dresses, handbags, etc. drop-downs, they've added an editors' favorites and an under-$300 section. The "featured closet" tab, which highlights pieces from a single consignor, is also pretty cool. The store has over 3,000 consignors worldwide (each of whom is assigned a number for privacy), and the current consignor in the spotlight, number 2842, is offering treasures including a fantastic black Hermes trenchand agorgeous Empire-waist Lanvin dress.

In addition to the shop (which they promise will be updated daily with at least 30 new items), the site will also feature editorial content and a blog.

What do you think of the new DecadeTwo.1?

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