Flash Sale Channels Dina Manzo

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NEW YORK-Members-only home and lifestyle flash sale website The Foundary is hosting a -inspired collection in celebration of the reality star's new HGTV party- planning series, "Dina's Party."

The flash sale, which includes lighting, statement furniture and accent pieces, began this morning and ends at 12 a.m. Sept. 11.

Manzo, the interior designer and special events planner initially recognized for her role in Real Housewives of New Jersey, will bring her lavish events to "Dina's Party," which debuts Sept. 10.  During the series, Dina and the staff of her company Designer Affair will create events in their clients' homes.

"As huge fans of all the programming on HGTV, we were thrilled when we were approached with this partnership opportunity," said Rob Anderson, general manager of The Foundary. "We love Dina Manzo's taste, and believe that it really reflects the style of the curated collections that are regularly featured on The Foundary's website."

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