Some consignment stores seem to take just about anything their clientele wants to sell- whether or not it's trendy, practically new, or designer. This place, however, has the highest of standards on all three counts- their policy is the item has to be current (from the last 2 years), new or nearly new, and most of the stuff has the elusive designer labels inside. When I was there I saw Chanel pants and impressive-named shoes alongside some more accessibly priced items from places like Talbots and Bebe. But be prepared to pay for it (those pants were marked $115). The good news it that their tiered pricing system means that the longer something's on the rack, the lower th price falls.