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The sales in San Francisco are pretty much off the hook right now. M.A.C. (Modern Appealing Clothing) just announced that starting tomorrow (Thursday, January 17), all "warehouse-tagged previous season's goods" are $25 to $45. Those prices would be amazing for any clothing, but we're talking about brands like Jil Sander and Maison Martin Margiela (their Facebook description: "Handsome clothes for men and women. Heavy on the Belgians.") You can also save up to 70% on their current sale merchandise. Plus there is talk of a "pile o pants" and "wall of wool," which is slightly mysterious but enticing. It's happening at their Hayes Valley location only: 387 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, from Thursday through Monday. We recommend getting there early.
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