Disappointment from net-a-porter


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24 Responses to Disappointment from net-a-porter

  1. gretchen says:

    that pretty much sums it up and what you would have to be dumb as to spend that kind of money on something that barely covered your ass.

  2. Luckily I got in there fast and bought 3 of them before they sold out. 😉

  3. MG says:

    what kind of jackass spends 10k on a skirt? oh the same bitch with 50k in credit card debt. good for them…

  4. Cricket9 says:

    Yep, that “sold out” is a major bummer.

  5. Ann says:

    Fear not! I procured one for you for Chanukah! Since you have been especially good this year, I will give it to you early.

  6. Sold to bored Oligarch woman

  7. WendyB says:

    Why can’t I get any of those people to buy one-of-a-kind, museum-worthy jewelry instead. It costs the same …. wears longer!

  8. lisa says:

    shit is right, I was all set to buy the 4 I would need to cover my ample ass with….

  9. Jaimi says:

    Hmm. That amount of money would solve most of my present problems.

  10. Andra says:

    It looks like a carpet, a disintegrating carpet.
    I’d have liked one but only if it came with a matching bra and hat.

  11. Kellie says:

    Why did you wait so long to buy it, and not email it to me immediately!!!

    So sad that our fall fashion will be suffering. Thank god we got the matching Olsen Twins crocodile backpacks!!
    I still say that 39K each was a BARGAIN!!!!

  12. enna. says:

    Is the price before or after the damaged merchandise discount?

  13. TheShoeGirl says:

    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! glad I got mine… you can totes borrow. I had to get the last available size so I got the 12. I figure I can fashion it into some kind of head piece or something?? 😉

  14. patni says:

    Wendy B, I think you are not marketing correctly. When I saw this skirt my first thought was hmmm a belt. I think if you started marketing your necklaces as shirts, and your rings as gloves and gauntlets, you may break into the expensive naked set.

  15. Elaine says:

    This looks like F21 jewellry barfed onto a bandana.

  16. Tina says:

    I could wear this with the $25,000 sunglasses that bitch from NH of Beverly Hills wore. As Joel McHale said of her conspicuous consumption, “Die, cunt!”.

  17. regularstarfish says:

    Just because you spend that much money on a skirt doesn’t mean you’re going to look like a supermodel in it.

  18. Brittany says:

    But this is still available! And more sizes are coming soon, so fret not!

    ShoeGirl, I wear a size 12. I’m so sorry that it was the last available size. I hope it’s not too small for your head.

  19. Diana says:

    I can’t be the only person who now reads that as “Balmaaaaaaah”. (Surely you remember the Vanessa Traina interview?)

  20. Suspended says:

    @Brittany – 54% acetate, 26% polyamide, 20% silk. Don’t you just love expensive SHIT!

    “Hey, don’t you just love my ugly brown dress? Sniff, I smell like I’ve been jogging in a 1970’s sleeping bag.”

  21. Srenna says:

    I guess we can look forward to seeing Vanessa Traina galloping through New York City in this little number very soon.

  22. kate says:

    i’ll bet there was one in stock, or none. they just put it up there sold out as if to say, “SEE? someone buys it! fuck you.”

  23. Brittany says:

    Kate, I feel like they do that with 99% of their merchandise; and the buyers are more than likely the folks who work at Net-a-Porter.

    On another note, I’m dying for this pajama shirt to go with the matching pajama pants. You can literally role out of bed and go to work. Do you think maybe if Katie in “Paranormal Activity” had worn this silk-satin outfit to bed than the demon would have left her alone; if only so as to not ruin her $7,000 Pjs?


  24. martha says:

    that’s disgutsting. there are hundreds of new talented underrated designers and that money could have supported all of this new talent… why buy Gucci & co when you could get something completely unique ?

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