Psst.. Want in on something big? Women in the know may window-shop at tony Madison Ave. or Rodeo Drive boutiques, but they only fill their carts at exclusive online shopping clubs. Here, they often purchase the same designers at deep discounts, all in the privacy of their own homes. This means no fighting crowds at sample sales or other discount houses.






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Gilt
Signing up is easy. Membership is free, and has its rewards. Gilt boasts designers such as Phillip Lim and Ella Moss, plus curated items, including those from People Stylewatch's associate editor. Invite friends and get rewards.





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Rue La la
Rue La La offers top-tier brands (Think Bottega Veneta, Gucci and Jimmy Choo) at members-only prices. Boutiques are curated daily, open at 11AM ET and stay open for just 48 hours. Reminder emails are sent to members throughout the day.





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HauteLook
Not to name drop, but ... AG Denim, J Brand, James Perse. Members-only shopping site HauteLook is seriously hip. If you refer a friend, you get $10 off your next purchase (plus your friend will love you for life).





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Myhabit
MyHabits's got Missoni, Christian Louboutin and Oscar Biandi hair care products. It's a members-only site, but membership is free and you get a $20 credit if you invite friends.



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ideeli
Every day at Noon ET, more than a dozen new sales pop up on Ideeli. Invite friends and get $25.


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Booty Boost

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Glowdown

6 Million

The number of women who said they would consider genetic testing after actress Angelina Jolie came forward with news that she tested positive for the BRCA1 gene and underwent a preventive mastectomy to lower her breast cancer risk. By encouraging women to do same, Jolie may save more lives than her silver-screen alter ego Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.

Source: Harris Interactive/HealthDay survey

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What are the official FDA-approved uses for Botox Cosmetic?

Botox Cosmetic is approved for the treatment of moderate-to-severe frown lines between the eyebrows, often called the "11," and it recently got the nod for crow's feet (wrinkles in the eyes' outer corners). All other cosmetic uses of this neurotoxin are considered "off-label."