Need Sacai apparel at a discount?

Need Sacai apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend.

Links to search results for this brand are below:

Bizrate/Shopzilla - Sacai

eBid Online Auctions

SUMMARY: This is a Japanese fashion house that is best known for creating knitted cardigans. Started in 1999 by Chitose Abe, this line of casual wear for women utilizes simple, clean lines and comfort that women can make as part of their everyday wardrobe. Abe worked for Comme des Garcons and Junya Watanabe before launching her own line. This fashion designer creates clothing from the highest quality natural fibers such as silk and cotton.

This brand can be purchased online through Kirna Zabete, Ron Herman, and Shop Style; Dover Street Market in Tokyo and London, and Holt Renfrew in Toronto and Montreal, Canada. This label is not inexpensive and has only a marginal presence on eBay so it may not be for the highly budget-conscious.

FROM THE BLOGS: If a label could ever be said to have swagger, then I think this one could. When you see a model wearing one of their creations, with the high collar and whatever else is on it, they almost seem to be trying to convince you that they are some type of badass. Their coats seem like something like either James Bond or the villain that he's fighting or either of their girlfriends would be wearing. To be fair, the entire line of clothing is not just coats. They also have shoes, shirts, dresses, etc. None of the items that I've seen called subtle, but they are all quite tastefully done.

What I've been finding useful is how will regularly interview a designer on how they got their start. They did one such interview with Chitose Abe. It's no suprise that she mentions that she likes to infuse her designs with something "new and fresh" but I didn't expect to read that she is quite concerned with making her products not too conceptual because some of her designs would seem to require some degree of boldness to wear. Interestingly, in this interview, no one discussed the designer's preference for mixing masculine and feminine styles as she has mentioned in other blogs.