Lighthouse International, New York’s leading non-profit organization dedicated to preserving vision and helping people of all ages overcome the challenges of vision loss, is excited to announce Joan Rivers as spokeswoman for POSH New York.

The sale features top designer’s fashion at deeply discounted prices. Rivers recently recorded a broadcast commercial announcing the event that will begin to air across Time Warner Cable Networks on Friday, May 4.

“One of my favorite charities is Lighthouse International and they are holding their amazing POSH sale!” said Joan Rivers. “All the money raised, all of it, goes to help fight vision loss. Shop till you drop!”

The POSH New York Sale will have its preview night on Thursday, May 10th from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m., at The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, located on 2 East 61st Street, NY. The POSH public sale is open Friday & Saturday, May 11 & 12 from 11a.m. – 7p.m., and Sunday & Monday, May 13 & 14 from 11 a.m.- 5 p.m., also at The Pierre.

For 40 years, leaders of the fashion world have come together for the annual POSH sale. New York’s leading fashion fundraiser features clothes and accessories from top designers such as Chanel, Chloe, Derek Lam, Dolce & Gabbana, Judith Leiber, Eric Javits, Gucci, Hermes, J. Mendel, Jimmy Choo, Judith Ripka, Peter Som, Prada, Pucci, Stella McCartney, Todd Oldham, Joanna Mastroianni, Brooks Brothers, Geoffrey Beene, Tory Burch, and many more. All proceeds benefit Lighthouse International.

Tickets for the public sale are $10 per day and are available at the door. To purchase tickets and view sale items, visit or call (212) 821-9445.

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