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Discussion in 'More Accessories' started by tFS Thread Manager, Nov 26, 2010.
They'd be a bargain then, but perhaps she blew kisses at them ...
Americans, for only $995 you could be the ultimate 'fashionista' with this cooler bag at your upcoming 4th of July barbecue......
You can thank Alexander Wang, Bella Hadid and Magnum ice cream for this blatant money grab.
Disclaimer: @Fashionista-ta.......no malice intended!
^^^ I'd buy it
Well your taste in men is questionable, so I suppose I shouldn't be surprised that it somehow extends to apparel as well. Lol. Can just picture you, Colby Keller and this overpriced and fashion victim-ey cooler bag settling down for an existential picnic in the Canadian outback.
It's not downright atrocious, but it looks a bit like a solicitor's case which imo is just about one of the ugliest inventions yet.
Yeah, I think Phuel's pretty consistent.. from the 'I'd buy it', and other posts, I'm obviously not expecting him to turn up actually carrying ice cream... who knows, might as well be worth 995 if not more, depending on the purpose.
This takes the cake ...
It took me 7 min to figure out exactly what this was! No thanks, imagine you're at a networking event and bam, someone whops out a twink-ish bikini brief covered cell???? Classy!
In other news, Prada is now selling $460 yoga mats which is a caricature in itself. Looks like it's still made from plastic, which, I mean if you're going to pay that money instead of a cork, jute or hessian one? Clueless! Lol.
^^^ I'd buy that
^ Of course you would I almost said, 'Let's see what Phuel thinks of this ...'
Hahahaha, he's just such a tenacious purveyor of poor taste!
At first I thought this was one of those things you use to plaster walls with.
......In other Barneys news, the shop’s restaurant, Freds, will be offering a burger designed by Alexander Wang to celebrate the Lunar New Year. The dish comes with custom Wang chopsticks, and Barneys New York x Alexander Wang fortune cookies.
^ No no no ...
And if you're going to take the highly questionable step of having someone 'design' food, shouldn't it be a good designer?