Poverty is like fashion: Are expensive brands obsessed with clumsy appearance?

If you think Gucci has been monitoring them since the last scandal, you are a fool. The latest version of the designer brand made another stupid decision.

The high-end designer designed two pairs of old-fashioned sneakers for a retail price of $870. The new shoes are called “retro” shoes and look old and old.

“Screen leather sneakers” with dirty details, fun from soiling your beloved Converse and van, and providing you with an expensive pre-prepared mummy look.

Gucci is not the first brand to respect the look. Since Yeezy decided to create his own collection of tattered sweaters and T-shirts, the rest of the elite fashion industry has followed.

If you think Gucci has been monitoring them since the last scandal, you are a fool. The latest version of the designer brand made another stupid decision.

The high-end designer designed two pairs of old-fashioned sneakers for a retail price of $870. The new shoes are called “retro” shoes and look old and old.

“Screen leather sneakers” with dirty details, fun from soiling your beloved Converse and van, and providing you with an expensive pre-prepared mummy look.

Gucci is not the first brand to respect the look. Since Yeezy decided to create his own collection of tattered sweaters and T-shirts, the rest of the elite fashion industry has followed.

What are the reasons why rich people want them to look poor?

Do you try to make yourself more realistic? Does the rich see value in some anti-materialist sense? But why should you dress up as a poor person? Is this counted as a grant?

The Japanese brand N.Hollywood’s “Homeless Inspirational Fashion Collection” is another glory. Designer Daisuke Obana created a complete production line based on the homeless people he saw on his trip to the United States.

That’s extreme, but Gucci still doesn’t respect it. They want to sell used USED sneakers for more than $800. The glory of poverty is not elegant, and the aesthetic concept of the tramp is outdated.

Gucci claims that the sneakers were inspired by the 70s, but look more like someone’s shoes in the 70s.

Of course, people on Twitter expressed doubt and angered the designer.

This is not the first time a pair of dusty shoes have been criticized. Some time ago, cheap golden goose launched the “guide belt sneakers”, which was not satisfactory at the time.

Intermittent life is not for you. You are either inside or not.