Some stuff is, some stuff isn't. The shirts are getting more and more expensive. Some of the knits are way more expensive (like the Bee or Ijevan) than others (like the Brood or unnamed ones). But it's a lot more palatable to me to spend $400 on a knit than $200 on a shirt.
still though, what's interesting about SS is they could easily leap into the pricepoint of designers like damir, raf, etc but choose to price their clothes more in the range of wings & horns or rag & bone. even $250 for a shirt is around what those latter two brands charge, well below what SS could get away with if they decided to play in the same playground as the uber expensive stuff. well, maybe. i don't know enough about the brand or the industry to say fo sho