Schitt's Creek For Sale

Ew David. Schitt’s Creek just wrapped filming of its final season, and now in a special online event, clothing worn by the fashion-forward clan — Johnny (Eugene Levy), Moira (Catherine O’Hara), David (Dan Levy) and Alexis (Annie Murphy) are being sold off.

Dress to impress. Over 800 pieces from the show Schitt's Creek are going on sale online at 12pm EST on October 3, so get your credit cards ready. “It’s a mix of designer pieces and also really great memorabilia that any fan would be able to recognize. For example, Moira’s crow costume!” says Marlowe Granados, VSP’s Content & Collaboration Manager.

The collection includes the likes of show-favorites Dries Van Nouten, Isabel Marant and Alexander Wang, with eyewear, dresses, men’s suits, footwear and handbags, each displaying the aspirational aesthetic of the core characters — from the flowy boho dresses worn by Murphy as the flighty Alexis, to the structural, black-and-white dramatic pieces favored by O’Hara’s matriarch character and the leather sweaters and androgynous skirt-trousers David lives in.

Granados says the huge selection of David’s oversized sweatshirts is one of the highlights of the collection. "I think those will definitely be a hot commodity," she says. "They range from just under $100 to $400." In fitting with the younger Levy’s character’s style, pieces from labels Rick Owens, Givenchy, and Neil Barrett will be available.

If designer duds are not your thing, but you want a show memento, you can pick up a "Cafe Tropical" baseball cap for $78 that references the town's fictional diner and a "Rose Video" polo shirt for $98 that references the defunct video rental business the family once owned.

Of course, you can always enjoy looking at the wardrobe from another show in our Dynasty/Schitt's Creek viral mash-up video:

To bid on one some of the 800 pieces from Schitt's Creek, click HERE...but don't outbid us.
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