Laura and Kate Mulleavy, the sibling duo behind Los Angeles-based label, Rodarte, showed their aquatic themed Spring/Summer 2015 collection earlier this month during New York Fashion Week. The collection, complete with "70's glam pirates in flouncy blouses and white jeans, hook belts and anoraks with pockets covered in rope netting, and dresses with asymmetrical hems and shimmering beads," has hit Moda Operandi for pre-sale and the prices are pretty steep. The "mermaid" gowns — layered with crocheted net, Swarovski crystals, lace, pearls and sequins — start at $21,850, and the fringed and feathered varieties go up to $25,300. The shorter iterations range from around $6,000 to $14,000, and the utility jackets, which are also adorned with netting and lace, start at $3,450. As Style.com's Tim Blanks wrote in the conclusion of his review of the collection: "Women are going to want these clothes," and we don't doubt it. When has a price tag ever stopped die-hard Rodarte fans?