The Barney's Warehouse Sale: A Play in One Act

[The L Train going east to Brooklyn. BRITT and FARAN sit side-by-side.] BRITT: So how was the Warehouse sale? FARAN: Actually, it was pretty good.
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[The L Train going east to Brooklyn. BRITT and FARAN sit side-by-side.] BRITT: So how was the Warehouse sale? FARAN: Actually, it was pretty good.

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[The L Train going east to Brooklyn. BRITT and FARAN sit side-by-side.] BRITT: So how was the Warehouse sale? FARAN: Actually, it was pretty good. There was a lot less Marc by Marc, so the new collection must fit better than past seasons, and there were a handful of Christopher Kane dresses, like the old velvet ones. BRITT: Seriously? FARAN: It was amazing; they were so heavy, but gorgeous. But even on sale, they were almost $2000. Ooh, but I got a Proenza dress for $350. BRITT: WHAT? Which one? FARAN: This one. And then I got two pairs of Sigerson Morrison ballet flats for $50 each. BRITT: I love how J. Crew clothes now cost more than stuff at Barneys Warehouse. FARAN: It's fun. So how was your day? BRITT: Well, I saw Patricia Field shopping with a private client. Some woman from Texas. I didn't know she made private appointments! How much do you think that costs? FARAN: More than the clothes. BRITT: And isn't she supposed to be working on Cashmere Jungle? FARAN: Cashmere Jungle? What is that, a diffusion line by Alexander Wang?!

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Proenza Dress, $350

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Sigerson Flats, $50 each

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Miu Miu Skirt, too much!