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Rent the Runway Adds Preen, Nina Ricci, Vera Wang, and More to Fall Designer Lineup

Rent the Runway, the website that allows fashion-loving, budget-conscious shoppers to rent designer dresses for 10% of retail prices, recently added accessories to its offering (from designers like Lee Angel, Kara Ross, Janis Savitt, Chan Luu, and CC Skye) and for fall has announced a handful of new designer partnerships. We're excited to report that Preen, Nina Ricci, threeASFOUR, Vera Wang, Hanni Y, See by Chloe, and Roksanda Ilincic have all signed on to rent their dresses beginning this July.

Our favorite part of the site is that you can shop by body type, neckline, or dress length and sort according to the date for which you need each item. Plus, some designers are selling pieces to Rent the Runway that traditional retail buyers didn't pick up, meaning you can often find a truly one-of-a-kind dress. All orders come with an option to add a second dress for $25 and, according to CEO Jennifer Hyman, handbags, evening coats, bridal accessories, and maternity wear are on the list to be added to the site in the very near future.

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