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Stylish Mother-Daughter Team Launches 'Designer Consigner' in Granite Bay

GRANITE BAY, Calif. – This spring, newly launched Designer Consigner is ushering in its uber-fabulous selection of international luxury fashions. Now open in Granite Bay, the boutique stocks new and gently used posh brands, saving bargain savvy fashionistas 60 percent or more off high-end must-haves.

“Designer Consigner has thrived as a top-rated eBay store for several years, and we are thrilled to now open a boutique in Granite Bay,” said Judith Powell, award-winning fashion designer and boutique co-owner. “I think our moderately-priced, handpicked collection of  luxury brands will win over shoppers who appreciate high quality, international fashion trends and a diverse selection of clothing, handbags, shoes, jewelry and more.”

Launched by a mother-daughter team, Designer Consigner is reminiscent of boutiques in Paris, Milan and other fashion capitals of the world. Its pristine décor, uncluttered racks and runway-worthy fashions promote a serene and luxurious shopping experience. The boutique owners leverage relationships with boutiques in the U.S., London, Paris and Tokyo to ensure a progressive, fashion-forward selection. Among the luxury brands carried by the boutique include Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel, Manolo Blahnik, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Valentino, Lauren, YSL and Donna Karan.

“Whether you’re looking for spring looks to usher in the new season in style, or a few high-end, distinctive pieces to accent your current wardrobe, we’ve got something that’s tailored to your personal style and budget,” said Jane Powell, Judith’s daughter and co-owner. 

For shoppers who will need to make room in their closets before they bring home a new spring wardrobe, Designer Consigner accepts gently used, luxury clothing, shoes and a variety of accessories. When individuals consign with Designer Consigner, they gain access to three powerful selling venues: the Granite Bay-based boutique, the store’s website, and its eBay store. These venues promise maximum exposure, and ensure the best possible price for consigned items.

A consignment application and list of frequently asked questions is available on the website. The boutique also welcomes boutique overstock, and is currently accepting spring and summer luxury fashions.

Designer Consigner is located at 6945 Douglas Boulevard in the Country Gables Shopping Center. The store is open Wednesday –Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Select items are also available in Designer Consigner’s eBay store for customers who want to shop from their comfort of their home.

Visit www.DesignerConsignerGB.com or call (916) 993-3800 for more information. Sign up for the boutique’s mailing list to receive advance notice of special promotions and discounts.

About Designer Consigner
Launched in 2010, Designer Consigner is an upscale boutique that carries new and gently-used luxury fashions from across the globe. The boutique accepts clothing from individuals and boutiques, and stocks a variety of high-end brands, including Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel and Manolo Blahnik. Visit www.DesignerConsignerGB.com for more information, consignment applications and to view online inventory.

 





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