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New label Bright Young Things only makes one dress, but what a dress! Designer Eliza Starbuck created the reversible cotton-lycra button-down for her friend Sheena Matheiken's Uniform Project, in which Matheiken wore the same style of dress for 365 days. When the project ended, Starbuck produced a limited edition line of the dress, but it sold out in less than a week. Now, she's bringing a bigger run to the public, starting tonight at LES shop Maryam Nassir Zadeh and on the Bright Young Things website. The cost is $185, but the peace of mind in knowing you'll always have something to wear? Priceless. [The Cut; Previously]