Brett Pulls a Lauren; Blames Manhattan Sample Sales

At 12:22 today, I got a text from Natalie: "Hey, are you dead?" I ignored it and shoved my cell back in my pocket. At 1:07, she texted: "Just let us k
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At 12:22 today, I got a text from Natalie: "Hey, are you dead?" I ignored it and shoved my cell back in my pocket. At 1:07, she texted: "Just let us k
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At 12:22 today, I got a text from Natalie: "Hey, are you dead?" I ignored it and shoved my cell back in my pocket. At 1:07, she texted: "Just let us know you're ok! It's not like you to be late and not call" So finally I had to admit where I was. I tapped out: "Hey. Sorry. Cheap Monday sample sale! 5 minutes, i swear! It was a fashion emergency." I felt terribly guilty, shaking as I handed the checkout person my money, and yet I was filled with the same jittery excitement I always get when I see slashed prices and fitting rooms made from bed sheets. The stats: Cheap Mondays for 20 bucks (they even have the really exciting pair flecked with dots, and the turquoise ones that look like Ksubis), Rogues Gallery T’s for $15, Vena Cava blouses for $100. Too good to miss. They had every size, even though this is the last day, and random boxes of clothes marked $10. There was even Shipley and Halmos stuff, but it was all pretty expensive. And the women's Vena Cava was golden, as was all the Wayne (especially this white dress splattered with black that is totally giving us Cynthia Vincent for less). Seriously, go. 495 Broadway, near Broome This may be my last post for a while. Natalie is really concerned. She’s sending me to rehab, though secretly I think she's really hoping I’ll run into an Olsen. --BRETT KANE