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Shop Rebecca Minkoff's Spring 2013 Collection -- 1 Hour After Its Runway Debut

September 7, 2012 by Lauren Caruso
shefinds | beauty

The worst thing about seeing all the insanely beautiful designs during Fashion Week is that it takes months to see the goods in stores, but Rebecca Minkoff is looking to put an end to the season-long wait time. To satiate our thirst for now-now-now!, the designer’s Haim Jacket, which made its runway debut no less than an hour ago at New York Fashion Week, is completely shoppable right now at ShopBop.com. The tweet blazer-jacket is a seriously attention-grabbing piece thanks to its electric neon print. Even though it retails for a hot $498, something tells me it’ll sell out quick. Get shopping now!

Rebecca Minkoff Haim Jacket ($498)

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