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The Best Stuff to Buy on Fashion's Night Out

On September 6, thousands of stores will stay open late and offer drinks, music and exclusive goodies to shoppers across the globe as part of Fashion's Night Out. But with so many boutiques hosting manicure stations, braid bars, designer meet-and-greets and more, it can be daunting to pick just a few to hit—after all, this is a one-night-only kinda deal.

Keeping shoppability first and foremost, we're making it easy (well, easier) for you to narrow down your options. Click through for our comprehensive guide of the absolute best FNO-exclusive goodies that'll be up for grabs next Thursday. From a cat-printed carryall to cartoon-decorated tech accessories, these buys are worth pulling an all-nighter for.

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Lanvin's Cartoony Tech Extras

We're suckers for Alber Elbaz's kooky, colorful sketches—and in honor of Fashion's Night Out, the designer's slapping them onto tees, iPhone cases and iPad covers. Needless to say, we're obsessed.

Images via Lanvin's Facebook page

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Loeffler Randall's Odile Sneakers for Bird

On FNO, designer Jessie Randall will be heading to Bird in Brooklyn, where she'll unveil her label's new $195 Odile sneaker exclusively at the store. As if you needed any extra incentive to buy, 10 percent of the evening's proceeds will benefit Habitat for Humanity.

Bird, 203 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Courtesy of Loeffler Randall

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James Franco's Tees for 7 For All Mankind

As part of his ongoing collaboration with 7 For All Mankind, actor James Franco will launch his new T-shirt collection for the brand on September 6. He's already directed a few fashion films for the denim label, and the graphics for the four $89 tees on offer were actually gleaned from thousands of Polaroids taken by Franco during those campaign shoots. Each shirt is signed by the actor/director, but no word on whether he'll make an in-person appearance at any 7 For All Mankind boutiques on FNO.

Courtesy of 7 For All Mankind

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Fendi's Pequin Sunglasses

Fendi is releasing a bold new pair of sunnies accented with the house's signature Pequin pattern just for FNO, which will be available in Fendi stores across the globe.

Courtesy of Fendi

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Coach's Colorful Duffle Kits

In celebration of its new Legacy collection, Coach is offering special FNO duffle kits in seven colorways. Each includes a changeable hang tag, strap and tassel, which you can attach to any Coach duffle to make it your own. Anyone up for some DIY color-blocking?

Coach, 595 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10022

Courtesy of Coach

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Chanel's Trio of Twin-Sets

On FNO, Creative Director of Chanel Makeup Peter Philips will unveil three new lip-and-nail duos: the plum-toned La Provocante & Provocation, the bright pink L'Infidèle & Infidèle and the beige-hued La Délicate & Délicatesse. Called "Les Twin-Sets de Chanel," the colors will be available at Chanel stockists across the globe.

Courtesy of Chanel

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Balenciaga's Kitty-Printed Totes

Head to Balenciaga's Chelsea location to pick up an item from the brand's "Pumpkin" collection, created by Nicolas Ghesquière and VOGUE's Grace Coddington. The limited-edition bags and scarves feature sketches of Coddington's couture-clad cat, named—duh—Pumpkin.

Balenciaga, 542 West 22 Street, New York, NY 10011

Image via Balenciaga's Facebook page

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Bally's Brilliance Ballerina Flat

Swiss brand Bally's special-edition flat, priced at $425, is just what you'll want to wear while boutique-hopping on FNO.

Bally, 628 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10022

Courtesy of Bally

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Madewell's Free Birchboxes

Spend over $100 at one of Madewell's flagship locations in New York or Boston, and you'll get a complimentary Birchbox beauty box.

Image via Birchbox.com

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Max Mara's Camel Hair Travel Kit

Priced at $995, this ultra-luxe kit, which includes a scarf, eye mask and fold-away slippers in 100% camel hair, should prove popular with the editor set. We could totally see models and writers packing these along for their flights to the European shows.

Max Mara, 813 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10065

Courtesy of Max Mara

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Christian Louboutin's Dragon-Tattooed Accessories

Sounds like someone's smitten with Lisbeth Salander—or classic Asian imagery, at least. On FNO, Christian Louboutin will release a three-piece, dragon-tattooed collection of accessories at his NYC, L.A. and Dallas stores. There's a $1,595 platform pump, a $1,795 iPad case—and for the dudes, a matching loafer style priced at $1,995.

Images via FashionIndie

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Moschino's Teddy Bear iPhone Case

Head to your nearest Moschino boutique on FNO to pick up this adorable iPhone case shaped like Gennarino, the brand's signature teddy bear.

Image via Moschino's Facebook page

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Mulberry's Monster Tote

Shoppers at all Mulberry stores can snatch up these adorable free totes during Fashion's Night Out. Since the house's fall collection was inspired by Where the Wild Things Are, each bag is printed with the image of a rather cuddly-looking yeti.

Courtesy of Mulberry

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3.1 Phillip Lim's Comic Book

His collections have been comic-inspired as of late, so it seems fitting that Phillip Lim recently teamed up with comic book writer John Ostrander and Star Wars illustrator Jan Duursema to create a graphic novel of his very own. You can pick up the result, entitled Kill the Night, on FNO at the designer's boutiques.

Image via 31philliplim.com

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Stella McCartney's Customized Handbags

We all know and love Stella's chain-trimmed Falabella bags—but on FNO, head to the British designer's SoHo flagship to customize your very own Stella carryall.

Stella McCartney, 112 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012

Images via Stellamccartney.com

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Yoko Ono's Crystal Keys for Swarovski

Swarovski commissioned the artist to create two crystal key cuts for FNO, both of which will be available at Swarovski Crystallized in NYC and online at Swarovskicrystallized.com. Designed under the theme of "Unlocking the Door to a Better Life," the pendants all carry complex names and meanings. We'd expect nothing less from the avant-garde artist.

Swarovski Crystallized, 499 Broadway, New York, NY 10012

From left: Yoko Ono's "Key to Open the Universe" pendant, $350, large "Key to Open the Forest" in clear and grey, $190 each, and medium "Key to Open the Forest" in clear and grey, $90 each. Images courtesy of Swarovski.

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Suno's Super-Cool Nails at Saks Fifth Avenue

We're clearly crazy about nail art, so when we heard that print-tastic label Suno had teamed up with Minx to create six sets of nail strips in honor of FNO, we kinda flipped out. Arrive at Saks early for a chance to put these patterns on your own digits.

Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10022

Image via Suno's Facebook page

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Chloé's Alice Bag

Chloé will launch its sleek, '70s-style Alice carryall on Fashion's Night Out. It's a splurge at $1,995, but a worthy one if you ask us.

Image via Chloe.com

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Dannijo, Timo Weiland and More Design for the WooliteWashed Boutique

Woolite—yes, the fabric wash you probably use to launder your delicates—is hosting a pop-up shop on FNO, which will be packed with specially-designed items from several labels. Interestingly, each of the special items will be washed in Woolite before hitting shelves, and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Save the Children.

WooliteWashed Boutique, 372 West Broadway, New York, NY 10012

Clockwise from top left: Timo Weiland's $55 tee, Dannijo's $48 tank and Felix Rey's $60 denim clutch. Images courtesy of Woolite.

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Alexander McQueen's Wrap Scarf Bracelets

McQueen's skull-patterned scarves are one of the label's most sought-after items. Now, for FNO, the house is launching a new scarf bracelet you can snag at McQueen's brick-and-mortar stores or at Alexandermcqueen.com for $295.

Courtesy of Alexander McQueen

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