2020 was not just the year of experimental cooking. Several luxury brands, in the bid to create unique and out-of-the-box pieces, got way too experimental and came up with clothes that weren’t practical enough to be used by normal people like us.
Ruining the entire purpose of a sweater, the company launched ‘Openwork viscose turtleneck sweater’ with ‘decorative holes’ as their Spring Summer 2021 collection, reported Hindustan Times.
Moreover, if you bought this piece, it would burn a huge hole in your pockets as it is priced at £905 (Rs 90347 approx.).
According to the product description, this one-of-a-kind sweater that comes in three different colors has ‘precious openwork motif with placed holes.’
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However creatively they have tried to describe the product, people online weren’t impressed by it. This is how they reacted:
Hey @MackayIM. This will go well with your cheese diagram.
The devil wears Gouda! Prada jumper that costs £905 looks like holey cheese https://t.co/bUNFSGVp0C
— Dr Eric Levi (@DrEricLevi) January 26, 2021
Prada charging £905 to look like a bit of Swiss cheese 🧀 pic.twitter.com/8vFbfaHr05
— Hephzi Ferris (@H3phz1_m4yy) January 26, 2021
“Openwork” Prada sweater for $1,350.
The devil wears Swiss. pic.twitter.com/oq2MxOP5kh
— Judy (@MyNameisJudy) January 27, 2021
What is the company thinking 🤔🤔🤔
— Priyanka panigrahi (@Priyank83577395) February 1, 2021
Talk about ugly. Prada giving a bad name to cheese, as if cheese wasn’t one of the most important models in this pandemic. pic.twitter.com/7EHRG43iEb
— Lalyta 💔🇮🇹💔🇧🇴 (@lalytatweets) January 26, 2021
— Dr. Samyami S. Chowdhury (@SamySynapse) January 27, 2021
High risk of developing measles if worn on a sunny day!
— Rebecca Hyland (@rebhyl) January 26, 2021
Probably the holes are for ventilation in case you feel too hot while wearing them. What do we know!