Narcisco Rodriguez Launches eBay Store Featuring Limited Edition Designs

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As a follow-up to his collection at New York Fashion Week, designer Narcisco Rodriguez has launched an eBay store. Rodriguez follows in the footsteps of Norma Kamali who opened an eBay store last year to sell more moderately priced versions of her high-end line. So far, there are eight items for sale in the Narcisco Rodriguez eBay collection. The limited collection went on sale quietly on Feb. 15th during NY Fashion Week. The eBay store information notes that the collection will be available only as long as supplies last. The collection features pieces similar to some of Rodriguez’ signature color block piece show at Fashion Week. All pieces are made from imported Italian fabrics. Prices range from $62.00 US to $363 US. Highlights of the collection include stunning scoop neck jersey dresses and a beautiful trench coat ranging in price from $250.00 to $300.00. They look great. But my favorite item is lower priced. Check out this Jersey top for $65.00. Mi Amour!

Pictured: The Recessionista’s Top Pick, the Narcisco Rodriguez eBay top for $65.00

Sizing for the line ranges from 0 -14, with International sizing equivalents listed in the eBay store. Have any of you stumbled up this range via eBay? If so, leave a comment and let us know your thoughts. The collection is very new, but so far feedback from eBay users is terrific. The buyers leaving feedback seem to feel the fit and styles are a very good value.

Pictured: The Reversible Trench from the collection is $350.00 US.

If you like Narcisco Rodriguez, but not the prices at Saks, Barney’s and Neiman Marcus, then you might want to check this out. Note, no hoarding allowed. eBay is limiting shoppers to ten total purchases from the Narciso Rodriguez for eBay Collection.


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