Fendi Pulls $1,000 Scarf After People Say It Looks Like Lady Privates

October 17, 2018


Italian luxury fashion brand Fendi has pulled its $1,000 'Touch Of Fur' shawl from online sale after everyone on the internet agreed it looks like a vagina. Some even went as far as to say it will make the wearer look like they're being born. Personally, if I were Fendi I would have tripled production, but used faux fur instead of fox fur because I think we can all agree that, while what the fox said may be up for debate, it almost certainly was not 'Please kill me so I can be the pubic hair of your $1,000 vagina scarf.'

Keep going for the same shot upside down for even greater realism.


Thanks to Mark and Allyson S, who agree in a perfect world, $1,000 scarfs shouldn't even exist.

  • Scotty J

    I'd hit it.

  • Talon184

    There's no way this was anything but intentional

  • Deksam

    Only girls from Labia have these.... Oh! LIBBIA!... I MEAN'T LIBBIA!!!

  • Deksam

    This was made this way by design.

  • Jenness

    And here I thought those pink hats were bad. Though, have to say, the picture of it upside down makes it look like a vagina that is raising it's hands up high because it's seeing a really big penis that is shocking. Or it's having some sexy cops and robbers playtime fantasy date.

  • Douchy McDouche


  • Bling Nye

    Imagine some dick wearing that.

  • Deksam
  • Bling Nye
  • The_Wretched

    I too often look at things upside down to enhance the realism.

  • WhiteEagle2

    Like skirts?

  • Den

    Well, I suppose this adds credence to the belief that most fashion designers are gay men, and wouldn't necessarily recognize it...

  • James Mcelroy

    how is it not a vagine?

  • Octo

    Not only that, it hangs like sleeve of wizard. Tasteless.

  • Ivanna Pewpalott


  • MustacheHam

    I saw the picture before reading the title and I can agree this looks very profane.

  • Closet Nerd

    Just add a pearl necklace to complete the look....

  • Bling Nye

    Skeet skeet skeet

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