Legal theft: Balenciaga slammed for selling $2557 bin bags

Legal theft: Balenciaga slammed for selling $2557 bin bags

Extravagance design house Balenciaga has been impacted for its most recent bag - a calfskin "Rubbish Pouch" that seems to be a bin liner and retails for $2577.

Extravagance design house Balenciaga has been impacted for its most recent bag - a calfskin cowhide "Rubbish Pouch" that seems to be indistinguishable from a bin liner and retails for $A2577.

Many individuals have taken to web-based entertainment to blame innovative chief Demna Gvasalia for "lawful robbery", describing "high design [as] a joke as of now" after the suitably named frill was made accessible on the mark's site.

The gleaming drawstring bag, made from calfskin cowhide, is embellished with an unpretentious logo (to separate from … the ones us plebeians pay off the racks of Coles) and comes in dark, white, blue, red and yellow.

Gotten some information about the bags behind the stage in March, where they appeared, Demna kidded to WWD that he "was unable to botch a chance to make the most costly garbage sack on the planet, since who doesn't cherish a design outrage?"

"A garbage sack handbag - @BALENCIAGA purposely sells ultra costly signs of low status," one client composed.

"The rich get them to separate themselves from the working class, who are reluctant to wear them inspired by a paranoid fear of being confused with low class."

"I'm persuaded Balenciaga is a social examination since it is basically impossible that they are charging 1.8K (US) for a rubbish bag???" said another.

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