Let’s face it, we’ll probably never get over Schitt’s Creek. The Canadian TV show just wrapped filming its last season ever, and we’ll have to wait until 2020 to savour it on our screens. If this info upsets you, we might have some news that’ll cheer you up. On October 3, 2019, over 800 pieces from the Schitt’s Creek wardrobe will go on sale online! You could own a piece of the fabulousness from your fave TV show.
The store that will be carrying and selling these pieces is Toronto’s own VSP Consignment, a consignment boutique that opened in 2013. Located in the Dundas West neighbourhood, VSP’s 4,000-square foot storefront offers hand-selected items touted as “contemporary must-haves and hard-to-find classics.”
“VSP was a natural place to showcase the calibre of the show’s wardrobe as opposed to a regular industry wardrobe sale,” says Marlowe Granados, VSP’s Content & Collaboration Manager, in Fashion Magazine.
“It happened very organically, through mutual friends of the owner, Britt Rawlinson, and Dan Levy. They could have easily brought the sale to the U.S., but I think with the show being Canadian it was important that they chose a Canadian establishment,” Granados continued.
In the closets of the Rose family, you can find pieces from Alexander Wang, Isabel Marant, Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, Rick Owens, and more. VSP’s website also mentions that you can get your hands on collectable memorabilia from the Emmy-nominated show. This Schitt’s Creek collection is one that you can’t miss.
The costuming on Schitt’s Creek has been analyzed and praised ever since the show began delighting audiences. Johnny, Moira, David, and Alexis quickly became fashion icons as they went about their lives in leather sweaters, chic dresses, monochrome combos, and dapper suits. Very soon, you can buy your favourite piece(s) and get a taste of the Schitt-y life.
The collection will be available for sale on VSP’s website at 12 p.m. EST on Thursday, October 3, 2019. They ship worldwide, and those living in Toronto can even pick up their items in-store. There’s an average price point of $398, with prices starting at $150.
If that sounds a little expensive to you, but you want to splurge anyway, you might part with your money a little easier knowing that a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network. Their mission is to create safe and affirming schools for everyone.
Mark your calendars and prepare your credit cards for October 3, because you could be the owner of a piece of Canadian TV history! Happy shopping.