Nov 072017
 

Yes, this $375 ‘antifa’ jacket from Barneys is actually real

Anybody who would spend $375 on this deserves to be separated from their (likely trust fund) money. I only wish it was being separated my way.

Imagine the embarrassment if two Lil Snowflakes showed up at a protest both wearing the same thing.

“Dry clean only.”

The thing I find Damned Funniest, is if you go to the actual Barney’s page, you see this:

Pre-ripped jeans, no doubt. But here’s the thing that made me larf out loud:

Our model is 6’1”/185cm and wearing a size Small.

BWAAAHAHAHAHA!!!!

I’m pretty sure any one of my cats daily eats a heartier meal than the vegan bag-o-antlers they hired to model their edgy jacket gets in a years time.

What kind of anarchists are we raising these days? Too lazy to take a sharpie and scribble their own childish mottos onto some army-navy surplus jacket stolen from a homeless bum, but somehow equipped with buckets of disposable cash.

 Posted by at 12:38 am
  • Herp McDerp

    I only wish it was being separated my way.

    Forget the cyanotypes — you need to start selling personally autographed posters of Che Guevara!

    (It’s relatively easy to change your name, right?)

    • Michel Van

      Che Guevara! is very popular for moment like every fashion trend

  • robunos20

    >What kind of anarchists are we raising these days? Too lazy to take a sharpie and scribble their own childish mottos onto some army-navy surplus jacket stolen from a homeless bum, but somehow equipped with buckets of disposable cash.

    Especially when you consider the ‘model’ is also wearing brand-new 8-hole Doc Martens Cherry Reds, at $135 a pair . . .

  • Michel Van

    If Revolution become a expensive fashion trend…
    … it’s beginn of the end of Civilization.

    • Peter Hanely

      With any luck this revolution will be stillborn, and we won’t have to worry about that.

      • Adam

        This is a very strange world that we live in where clothing like this has been made available pre-made.

        It also seems extremely ironic that some store is using the dreaded capitalism to market a product to angsty wannabe communists.

  • Herp McDerp
  • Brianna

    I’ve always hated this idea of deliberately buying ripped jeans because they’re “cool.” There are too many poor and desperate people in this world who would kill for a pair of new, hole-free jeans, and they’re tearing holes in good cloth on purpose.

    • Herp McDerp

      The solution? We need to form a non-profit foundation* to pay homeless people to wear jeans and army jackets until they”re worn and ripped, and then we’ll sell the clothes to limousine liberals. The poor will get good, warm clothes and a stipend, and the rich can engage in virtue signalling! Win-win!
      ___________________________
      * NOT a for-profit corporation — good heavens, no! But as members of the Board of Directors of this non-profit foundation, we would earn salaries commensurate with our vast responsibilities and world-class expertise. Bonuses, too. It’s only fair, you know!