Clothes-That-Are-Joined-Together Crimes: Stella McCartney’s Tuxedo jumpsuit

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Today Stella McCartney has been found guilty of contravening The Fashion Police Law under point 6:1 -“Creation of Clothes-That-Are-Stuck-Together”. Stella tried to get this piece under our radar by describing it as a “jumpsuit”, but we weren’t fooled: it’s a tuxedo jacket attacked to a pair of pants, and that’s a sight we hoped we’d never have to see.

Evidence submitted in Ms McCartney’s trial included the oft-quoted, “If it can make even a mannequin look a bit ‘hippy’, it’ll do exactly the same for us humans, and is therefore a crime of fashion.” The Fashion Police hold this truth to be self-evidence: the jumpsuit is hereby remanded in custody. Bail is set at £945, payable to FarFetch.com.

3 Comments

  • April 30, 2009

    Celeste

    It looks like a sack with flap pockets and a bizarre factory mistake (3 pockets!).

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  • May 1, 2009

    Melanie

    Stella Stella Stella … *tsk tsk* 🙁

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  • May 4, 2009

    Rock Hyrax

    I’m sure I’ve seen suits like this in a sci-fi film, worn by officials in some bureaucratic dystopia, but can’t for the life of me remember which one…

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