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Over 400 Designers Offering 70%-off at Divine Design for Project Angel Food

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Between Unique LA and Divine Design, the weekend is full of great opportunities to do your holiday shopping while also giving back to the community and helping people in need.

Divine Design is happening right now in Beverly Hills and continues through Monday night. Featuring over 400 designers, including Diane Von Furstenburg, J Brand, Barbie, Tokidoki, Barney's New York, Oliver Peoples and Me&Ro, shoppers are treated to 70% off while Project Angel Food receives 100% of the proceeds.

Project Angel Food cooks over 13,000 meals each week and delivers them to people suffering from HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other life-threatening illnesses throughout Los Angeles County. According to the LA Times, Project Angel Food has delivered more than 6 million meals" in the past two decades.

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Divine Design is open tonight until 8pm. Admission is $25 or $15 with this coupon.

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