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    Fight Queen corprip's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by hmcecho;2121180;
    Santino outsold Daniel and Chloe last year -

    I read that 5 garments in Laura's collection were bought by Laura's husband -did anyone else read that??
    There is a bidder called "baddaddy" that won 5 of the garments in auction. One could assume that is "Bad Mommy's" husband.
    "I've got soul, but I'm not a soldier." The Killers.

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    um, did any of michael's pieces sell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenie227;2125299;
    um, did any of michael's pieces sell?
    All of his pieces sold. The highest (the animal print gown) went for $1,325.00, 35 bidders However he was outsold per capita by the others. Laura's gown went for $4,500.00, 51 bidders. There appeared to be a bidding war between 5 bidders that drove it up to 51. Jeffrey's stripped dress for $2,900.00. 43 bidders. Uli's highest garment went for $3,425.00, 50 bidders
    Last edited by madeboxer; 11-01-2006 at 10:37 AM.

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    The lowest-priced garment in the whole of Season Three was a gown sold for $60 that was created by Stacey Estrella, 40, of San Francisco, who was eliminated in the first episode.
    anyone have pics??

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    Amen to that.

    Thanks for the post.

    Actualy I kinda wish she would put out a nationally available line of sophisticated wear first - I'm , er, not in the maternity wear target market.

    I can't wait for the "Laura Bennett Designs' retail stores nationwide.

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    How did Laura's feather and fur nightmares do at the auction? Those poor crows and animals with fake, tacky fur sure were sad. lol.

    A couple of her gowns were just drop dead stunning (only 2 of them), and I can see why people would pay a lot for them, but they were the exception, not the rule.

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