You apperceive what they say: One man’s artificial dry-cleaner bag is addition man’s “cape arduous bury dress.”
This “slip-on, sleeveless design,” per the affluence banker Browns’ website, is by the aweless Italian characterization Moschino, allotment of artist Jeremy Scott’s trash-inspired “cardboard couture” Fall 2017 collection. It’ll set you aback a ample $700.
Scott, fashion’s long-reigning postmodern provocateur, has a adroitness for axis the bits of accustomed activity into la alta moda. Some of his best accepted Moschino designs accept riffed on McDonald’s french fries, Barbie genitalia and SpongeBob SquarePants.
But for Fall 2017, Scott took a added accurate route, churning out a accumulating fabricated of absolute trash, like packing boxes, Bubble Wrap, tissues and, yes, the artificial coverings that assure your clothes back you aces them up from the dry cleaners.
This apparent polyester apron — or whatever you appetite to alarm it — is meant to be beat over addition apparel and alike includes a cardboard collar touting, “We [heart] our customers.”
And, hey, if you don’t accept $700 to additional on a luxe artificial bag, you can consistently DIY it. Step 1: Aces up dress from dry cleaner. Step 2: Remove hanger. Step 3: Wear.