For the sophisticated and fashion conscious, not to be missed beginning this Wednesday, February 18th and ending Friday 20th, is the Bruno Magli sample sale (Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer 2008 Collections) on in New York where you can snag a bargain from a top range of Bruno Magli designer shoes and designer handbags!
Designer shoes and handbags at the sale will be marked up to 70 percent below retail and with deals like the following, the Bruno Magli sample sale is going to be an amazing sale:
Bruno Magli Designer Shoes
‘Alfano’ Kidskin Printed Suede in Navy Slingbacks – originally $310, at sale discounted down to $125
‘Bucine’ Pebble Grain Dark Grey Ankle Boots – originally $470, at sale $175
‘Filiano’ Metallic Nappa Silver Thong Sandals – originally $330, at sale $125
Bruno Magli Designer Handbags
‘Novenia’ Shimmer Suede Black Handbag – originally $390, at sale discounted down to $170
‘Fancy’ Pony Hair Nappa Black and White Handbag – originally $750, at sale $325
As seen in: More Magazine, July/August 2008; GenLux, December/January 2008; Footwear News, December 2007… just to name a few.
You'll find classic ladies designer shoes and designer handbags giving a luxurious and stylish look at prices of up to 70% off retail Prices!!! Here's your chance to snag always classy, forever timeless handbags and shoes in elegant designs and of high quality craftsmanship, made from the finest Italian leathers at prices way below retail.
When: February 18th - February 20th 10:00AM - 8:00PM
Where: In-house: 145 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011 (6th and 7th avenues)
About Bruno Magli: Bruno Magli was founded in Bologna, Italy in the 1930’s when three siblings, Marino, Maria and Bruno Magli were taught the art of shoemaking by their grandfather in a small basement. Having outgrown the basement, in 1936, they moved the business into a factory, otherwise known as The Magli Shoe Factory (Calzaturifico Magli). Propelled by the "Made in Italy" craze, Bruno Magli quickly became a leader in design, fabrication and commercialization of high-quality fashion shoes and became a major competitor in the Italian footwear market.
Headed by the second generation of the Magli family, in 1968, Bruno Magli moved to its current headquarters in Bologna and has since successfully maintained its position as a leader in the footwear industry by retaining the traditional values that have made it the prestigious Italian luxury brand since the 1930's.
You may recall that Bruno Magli shoes were in the spotlight during the O.J. Simpson trial when FBI expert William Bodziak testified that the famous bloody shoe prints at the scene of the double murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman had been left by a size-12 pair of $160 "Lorenzo" model Bruno Magli shoes. O.J. denied that he ever owned them and called the Brunos "ugly ass shoes" however, photos were later shown to the jury of Simpson at a September 1993 football game, wearing shoes positively identified by Bodziak as size 12, Lorenzo-style Bruno Maglis. The actual shoes used during the crime have not been recovered and because of the increased brand recognition, the O.J. Simpson trial led to increased sales of Bruno Magli shoes.