Remember how Mott Street boutique Resurrection Vintage held a big auction at Christie's this fall? Apparently it was an enormous success, leading Forbes to declare that collection-worthy couture is "One Bubble Yet to Pop." For people used to the price of contemporary art, shopping for a 1960s Paco Rabanne dress feels practically "guilt-free," as one shopkeeper put it, which means they're still willing to shell out. That Paco Rabanne dress eventually "sold for $24,900--exactly three times its original estimate of $8,300." [Forbes; Previously]
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