For the next four weeks, Italian label Marni is selling a "vintage" collection online, which consists of original items from 2002 and 2003 fall/winter collections that the company has been squirreling away all this time. It's cool to see the throwbacks, especially if you're still cursing yourself for not splurging on those brown suede Mary Janes back in '02. However, things aren't any cheaper this time around: The prices have actually been "adjusted" to the prices of the current collections, according to a rep for the label, so they're just as expensive as everything else Marni makes. Which is really a brilliant plan on Marni's part, if you think about it: Instead of unloading your leftover inventory on Gilt Groupe, just store it for eight years and then give it another whirl.
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