From accessories like Zanotti for Thakoon’s labial folded sandals and Helmut Lang’s new collection of purssys, it’s slowly becoming evident that 2010’s hottest trend is all about channeling female genitals. Marchesa got a head start on the trend in the apparel department, modeling several of their Spring/Summer 2011 cocktail dresses after the organ we all know and love. Lately, more mainstream brands have started to jump on the tranny train; take a look at The Gap’s latest stroke of sartorial genius.
She who describes Gap’s products wrote the following: You’ll wear this so many ways. Whether you layer and belt it over leggings or let it drape over skinny jeans you’re sure to look feminine and stylish.
Something just seems unethical about layering, belting or draping your lady bits, but she’s right in that you are sure to look really feminine.
The dress on sale for $19.99. Someone once told me $20 will get you nowhere in this city. She was wrong though because $20 have so far gotten me many (one) a pasta dish at Bar Pitti, a cab ride from uptown to downtown, one (singular) drink at The Standard, and now it will get me a vagina made of cotton sewn on to my chest! Andrew Jackson, I love you.
With that, I wish you a happy November 1st.