You Suck, George!: Hands Down Some Of The Fugliest (And Most Expensive) Star Wars Apparel To Ever Exist

July 3, 2012


This is a series of licensed Star Wars apparel by Tokyo/Paris based Comme des Garçon. Please, just look at this shirt for a moment and take it all in. Who would wear that? SPOILER: Not even your dad. And it's $350. That's $350 to look like a f***ing idiot. Granted a lot of the time that's the name of the game in high fashion, but COME ON. I'd rather wear my bare skin on fire.

Hit the jump for a couple more button-ups and some printed tees with Star Wars slogans that go for the rock-bottom price of $100 (long-sleeves for $120).






Thanks to cocoa, who just got this crazy sequin dress from Betsey Johnson's going out of business sale that makes her look like a fairy princess. Hold on, I'll find it. THIS ONE.

  • The_Teapot

    i.... a hundred for a crappy printed shirt??

  • The_Teapot

    Leia the Liberator

  • julian ritter

    wait a sec 100$ for a piece of fabric, that looks like a 2$ shirt from a second hand shop?

  • JackInPortland

    I can't believe I'm saying this, but it's not "C3-PO" it's "C-3PO"! Jesus, man, get it right shirt-people!

  • Robin Manford

    And yet George - "Greedo Shot First" - Lucas didn't mind keeping quiet about this blunder and licenced the shits* anyway (* no, I didn't mis-spell shirts.)

  • Expensive and ugly lucking - what Star Wars fan could resist?

  • I love that you had the courage to say how ugly they were. I, clearly, did not.
    Laura, author of the post (If It's Hip, It's Here)

  • Someone needs to be hit with the business end of a light saber!

  • Ed

    I used to be a big Star Wars fan. Now all I think of when I see anything Star Wars is George Lucas' greed. It sucked all the fun out of it for me.

  • Much to learn, you still have —ABOUT DESIGN.

  • Guest

    As a kid I had StarWars curtains that had more style. XD

  • Robin Manford

    And I'm guessing they didn't cost $350. George continues to be a big fat whore.

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