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Italian Fashion House Summer Sale - Up to 70% of RRP + WEN Discount

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Up to 70% discount on Emporio Armani, Versace Jeans, Byblos, Roccobarocco and Ferranti

In an age of mass-produced fashion and manufactured ready-to-wear lines, it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd, and if you desire high-end designer fashion, you may think you have to pay hundreds of dollars. But that is no longer the case.

Authentic Italian fashion is now readily available at Italian Fashion House, a specialist retailer which offers the best of Italian fashion for men and women direct from Italy, at minimal cost.

This burgeoning fashion store is the brainchild of Irene Williams, who previously had a successful career in the travel industry for over a decade. However in December 2012, Irene was diagnosed with cancer and was forced to leave her corporate job.

The experience led Irene to re-evaluate her life and she decided she would embrace her life-long love of fashion and finally do what she had always desired; "to sell beautiful clothes and help people gain their confidence by offering them styling sessions" she says.

Then in August 2013, Irene made her first business trip to Italy and sourced the best of the best of European fashion brands to bring back home.

Italian Fashion House opened its doors to the public on the 12th of December 2013; exactly one year to the day Irene received that awful news.

Soon enough Irene was styling and making-over her close friends - they all loved the results and she had a high success rate with both men and women.

Versace silk dress
Versace skirt & Roccobarocco top

In her beloved store, Irene proudly offers her customers an impressive collection of Italian fashion made with the finest materials. All the major Italian fashion brands for men and women are represented, including Emporio Armani, Versace Jeans, Byblos, Roccobarocco and Ferranti, with most of the items priced well below retail cost. In fact nothing in the store is priced over $200.

Plus there is a diverse range of styles available - choose from designer casual wear, high- quality statement pieces or a striking outfit for a special occasion.

Irene also offers her customers complimentary in-store styling sessions for both men and women. So come along and try her collection on for size; it's sure to be a more satisfying experience than purchasing fashion from online retailers; no more guessing your size (size can change from brand to brand) and worrying about the quality of the garment (which is always a surprise!)

You can preview a selection of the current collection on the Italian Fashion House website; there is a vast range of Italian-made clothes to choose from, all reflecting the latest seasonal trends, including blouses, shirts, skirts, trousers and dresses for ladies and t-shirts, shorts, jeans and suits for men.

All sizes are offered.

Byblos Sui
Versace silk top & Byblos jeans

Currently Italian Fashion House is hosting a sale event and is offering up to 70% off their exclusive collection for men and women. As a special offer just for WeekendNotes subscribers, Irene is also generously offering an additional 5% off any item in the store; to redeem this offer simply mention 'WeekendNotes' when making a purchase.

Head to the Facebook profile for all the latest special offers and for more information on Italian Fashion House, please visit

Cash, Efpos, Visa & Mastercard are all accepted.
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When: Mon-Fri 11am – 6pm; Sat-Sun 10am-3pm;
Where: 137 Boundary Rd, Peakhurst NSW 2210
Cost: Up to 70% off the regular retail price
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