A Fashion Auction Like No Other

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Mark Haddaway and Katy Rodriguez, the brilliant duo behind Resurrection, have been working on a project.

We're so jealous, we might cry.

They've assembed what The Telegraph calls, "the most important [collection] to come up at auction."

It includes original 1970's Vivienne Westwood from both the legendary Seditionaries and Pirates collections. There are Paco Rabanne dresses and leather jackets from the 60's and an entire, unworn look from Yves Saint Laurent's 1968 Safari collection. There's a 1986 zippered, hooded, green mini Alai that was in fact worn, but by Grace Jones, a python skin Ossie Clark coat and a few slinky Versace dresses circa Gianni.

Are you emptying your piggy bank yet?

If not, there's also a group of dresses from Marc's 1992 Grunge collection for Perry Ellis.

We're kind of speechless. So in the words of Rachel Zoe, (since she's probably the only one who can justify shelling out thousands for these pieces right now), "I die. D-I-E."

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