kinder-gardeners asked to design LV SS19: louis vuitton men’s spring summer 2019
just picking up some groceries at the corner love…. balenciaga spring summer 2018
top #8: paris gypsy’s who play tricks and entertain are a great source of style inspiration
we’re living in a time when kanye is considered a genius, donald trump is considered presidential, and kim kardashian (who sold herself in a sex tape) is considered a business inspiration for young women! should it be any surprise that brands who sell their shit to the same stupid public have hired equally unqualified people to lead their brands? not that fashion EVER was a viable source of inspiration or intelligence but still you must admit there was always some sense of creativity to it… it is a sad times for creativity when you now have some half witted infantile creatives showcasing their 3rd grade arts & craft ideas on the global fashion scene. its bad enough when you have to go see your 3rd graders artwork as a parent, now you are expected to pay $$$ for it! what a gas, just consider this brilliant new idea by virgil abloh…
did you ever wonder what shoes where made of? well now you know.
take an existing shoe that a real designer designed, and tie some zip tie shit you have lying around the house to it so you can look “weird and different”… Aha! next step: triple the price and sell it to some idiot who’s willing to buy it (there are plenty)
I wonder if those are shoelaces? please comment below.
next: now that you have determined what “type” of people buy your shit, help them out. give em a hand. be sure to label things. i mean who would know that the shoes have laces, if you don’t label them? Be sure to indicate what part is foam, what is the logo, and so on. for the good of all man-kind I just hope somewhere on this it says “shoes”. now i wish this terrible creative idea was at least original.
but with your audience also having amnesia they may not remember that this terrible idea was use a decade ago on soap dishes, bottles, gloves etc. there was a time when “mentally-challenged consumers” had the option to buy products that had some stupid graphics, stating what it was, like a cup had the word “cup” written on it, so you wouldn’t use it as a plate. but that fad died very quickly…
or did it? virgil abloh 3rd grade inspiration is alive in some dark places like walmart and macy’s… it turns out virgils creativity is right on par with the cutting-edge designers of “better homes and gardens” where you can buy this lovely pump, available at walmart for $8.53 (about $8 more than its worth).
or this strange object which i could not tell what it was until i read the words “trash bucket”. I have more to say especially about vetements DHL shirts and shoes, but I really have to a birthday dinner. I will proof read this tomorrow but hope you had a good laugh and if not some food for thought before you drop $1,000s dollars on the goods. by dd