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Sui Generis High End Designer Consignment Celebrates 6 Years & Launches New Online Shopping Experience

San Francisco Based Sui Generis Launches a Contemporary New Ecommerce Website With Over 100 High End Designer Names, 300% More Items and Free Shipping

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 10/17/12 -- Sui Generis today announces the launch of its new online shopping website scheduled to celebrate an incredible 6 years in business -- serving one-of-a-kind fashion through its San Francisco stores since October 2006.

As a 'thank you' to customers, starting today, Sui Generis is offering free US shipping. Customers can enter the coupon code SG6YEARS on checkout.

The new website offers a contemporary streamlined experience, enhanced resources and functionality for our customers who prefer a fast checkout, with a focus on detail. Customers can share their items socially, and use new tools such as Pinterest. Guests can transport themselves into a world of fashion with just a click. The website also offers style tips and a fashion blog, combining for a rich immerse experience.

"Sui Generis has always provided an unparalleled fashion experience in San Francisco, and this level of expertise we wanted within our online presence, to share what we have here in the store, with a national customer base," says Miguel Lopez, co-owner. "The new website anchors our already strong presence as a leader in new and used high-end designer consignment and lets us reach NYC, LA and more."

The enhanced "Store" affords visitors the ability to scroll through photo-rich images of high-end products. The number of products has increased by 300% with more appearing daily. Visitors enjoy a vast selection showcasing Chanel, Gucci, Prada, Comme des Garçons, Rick Owens and so on. The online store carries over 100 designers, at discount rates from women's couture, men's suits, footwear and an impressive array of Handbags & Accessories.

The "Designer" section offers a glossary of designer information and history, while evolving we hope to share our expertise of the industry and encourage education of current trends.

The "Gallery" highlights Sui Generis consignment's editorial photo-shoots, and imagery of our stores in San Francisco.

In 2013, the site will continue to evolve, with new features, rich content, international orders, and allow customers to video-chat directly with Sui Generis. Regular updates can be found on Sui Generis's facebook page.

To view the website please visit: www.suigenerisconsignment.com

About Sui Generis Consignment

Sui Generis operates men's and women's designer consignment stores in San Francisco. A Sui Generis Online Store exists for our national clients to enjoy our wide selection of designer items.

Sui Generis has been mentioned in the New York Times, Refinery29 and Daily Candy, while winning local awards from The San Francisco Guardian, SFWeekly for their contribution to fashion in the Bay Area.

The name Sui Generis refers to a Latin expression "unique," a perfect fit for the items carried online and in stores. The team at Sui Generis makes no apology in their approach -- selectively curating, rather than buying merchandise -- it allows the stores to pick out special, unique items from the world's best designers -- all accessible to customers at a great price.

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