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Divine Design: How to Be a Holiday Shopping Angel

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An annual holiday shopping event that supports a very worthy local cause opens up to the public today in Beverly Hills. Divine Design supports Project Angel Food, and brings together top fashion and home designers selling their goods with all proceeds going to the organization that sees to it more than 13,000 meals are lovingly cooked and delivered each week to men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-threatening illnesses in Los Angeles.

The goods being sold at Divine Design are all donated and sold at discount, so you will be saving and donating as you spend.

Participating designers and retailers include: Angel City Press, Barbie, Between the Sheets, Calvin Klein, Catherine Malandrino, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, DKNY Jeans, Jonathan Adler, Kate Somerville, Kenneth Cole, Kiehl's since 1851, l.a. eyeworks, La Cienega Design Quarter, LA Mart, Macy’s, Marc Jacobs, Nicole Miller, Nine West, Pacific Design Center, Polo Ralph Lauren, Smashbox,Theory, Tom Ford, Trina Turk, True Religion, and many more.

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Shopping is open to the public from Friday December 3, 2010 through Monday December 6, 2010 from 10am-8pm daily. Tickets to shop are $25, payable at the door or online where a $10 off coupon is available, for purchasing online or at the door. Parking is free.