10.29.2011

BL4CK & WH1T3

I had to bring my model form home over the summer while my school was renovating the studios I work in, but I never bothered to bring it back to school.  It's a huge pain in the ass so I'm thinking I'm just going to sell it since I really have no use for it anymore (other than using it as a fancy coat hanger).

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  1. It's a size 8 and I'd want $300 for it, but this is something I'm going to have to sell to someone in NYC who can personally pick it up - shipping would be a pain.

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  2. what's the brand + waist/hip measurements? I live in manhattan.

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  3. It's a size 8 Superior Model Form Co model form - I don't have a tape measure in my apartment, but I think it's bust is 36", hips 34" and I'm not sure about the waist. I'm looking for $300. You can email me if you're interested at purple.kicks@gmail.com

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