The Prestige Museum

20131122_233737 (Medium)While passing by the Prestige at the Avenues last night I saw what seemed to be a mini museum showcasing some  super expensive clothing and accessory items that were worn by celebrities. I saw under each item there was a brief description and photo of the celebrity that worn the piece. However, I’m not exactly sure if these stuff are for sale or just show.

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