Need Rick Owens apparel at a discount?

Need Rick Owens 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.

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SUMMARY: Paris, obviously, is known as one of the fashion capitals of the world and it's the home base of Mr. Owens. His favorite designs tend to be asymmetrical dresses and well-fitting jackets with unfinished hems. His labels can be found in big shopping areas such as New York City and Los Angeles. He is currently marketing his popular ROWENS collection. He has a strong presence with the major online shopping portals as well as a healthy representation on eBay, though no single eBay store seems to have a monopoly on his apparel.

FROM THE BLOGS: Oh the things you learn when you create and update a website. Things you never expected to learn. For example, did you know that there is an Estonian heavy metal band called "Winnie Puhh". I know this because I read the details of the designer's Spring 2014 fashion show. Winnie Puhh, as you might guess, performed there. In wresting gear. Wearing pieces of "Wookie" fur. Upside down. This clearly is not a boring guy. This is also demonstrated by the designer's current home, which used to be the office of Francois Mitterand. It's very stark with some interesting pieces, kind of like a museum. I'll passed on the stuffed monkey, but the rest of his living space seems to be quite tastefully done, as unique as it is. What I also find interesting about this designer, as well as admirable, is his choice of models. Along with legitimate fashion models, he also used some of his coworkers, who apparently held their own on the runway. I think the benefit of that strategy is that he can make the argument that his clothing makes the wearer as becoming as a top fashion model. How creative of him. I was particularly impressed with his idea to stage a step show with women who demonstrate diversity with their races, size and shapes. That last tidbit I read about on my favoritely named blog, Necole Bitchie. If this designer can exercise such diversity in his shows, then why is there not more of this from other established designers?