Need Proenza Schouler apparel at a discount?

Need Proenza Schouler apparel at a discount? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below are the websites that I recommend:

Links to search results for this brand are below:

Bizrate/Shopzilla - Proenza Schouler

eBid Online Auctions

SUMMARY: This brand was created by designers, Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough, and they used their mother's maiden names for the label. Awww, that's sweet.... These two have as strong a pedigree as you could imagine for beginning an apparel company with time spent working for Marc Jacobs and Michael Kors. This is label is not so hoidy-toidy that you won't find them at a major shopping portal, but they are hoidy-toidy enough that they won't be cheap. The best bet here is to start off at eBay and browse the eBay store with the largest selection of this brand. That eBay store has a long track record and a good reputation as well as excellent discounts for this brand.

FROM THE BLOGS: There must be a HUGE market for handbags because I have never really heard of these guys and they got Kate Beckinsale sling their stuff. So you mean that after Coach, Hermes, Prada, Gucci, Kate Spade, there's even room for more brands of fancy handbags? Well, let me run down to the nearest reptile farm for raw material so that I can get started in this business myself. These guys are pretty well-established as well. They've got the first page of Google search results saturated with reviews of their Fall 2014 collection, product reviews and celebrity/product sightings. Their collaboration with MAC cosmetics seems to occupy much of their listings with independent bloggers in a way that makes them seem not quite so independent. What seems to be somewhat of ingenious idea is how these designers present themselves on the next page. One blog posts a video documentary of the duo and it appears to be an introduction to who they are as they prepare their Fall 2014 collection. I'm a big fan of designers who come out from behind their label and allow themselves to be somewhat relatable to potential consumers. I wouldn't be surprise if this approach is more often than not successful. I haven't watched the video yet. Hopefully, when I do, they won't come across as a pair of snooty jersk and cause me to write an update.....