Over the Kamala Harris Rosa Sat Ruby Walk First Female Vice President Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this years, Pritikin has found a trove of uber-rare items. Most recently, she was with a friend at lunch in New York and had shown them a listing for a Spring 2003 scuba dress that was “priced at a ton of money.” After, they had planned to go uptown, and while en route, she stopped by a local consignment store in Nolita and saw the dress hanging. “I really think it was some sign from the universe that I was meant to own that dress. It was just sitting on the rack,” she says. Her Balenciaga-loving followers have had a hand in her finding some of her favorite pieces, including a chunky knit cream scarf from Fall 2002. A few years ago, a follower on Instagram sent Pritikin a link to a consignment store in Montreal that was selling the scarf. “I was on the phone all day with the store to see if they would send the scarf to the United States,” she says. The scarf, among other items from the collection, has a handwritten number inscribed on an extra tag to show how many were produced.
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