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Monday, 26 June 2017

'This Better Hold My Life Together': Shoppers Left Astonished As Prada Launches A Single 'Paper Clip' For $180

Prada has been mercilessly mocked by Twitter uses after marketing a 'paper clip' for $180
Earlier this week shoppers were left baffled after Balenciaga marketed a 'shopping bag' for $1114 (£871), but its seems this is not the only designer label to cause a stir.
Italian design house Prada has been mercilessly mocked by Twitter users for selling a 'paper clip' for $180 (£144).
The polished sterling silver money clip is currently on sale in Barney's New York marketed as a Paperclip-Shaped Money Clip.


Many took to Twitter to share their outrage over the high cost with many failing to grasp why it cost any more than a regular paperclip.
Several users did admit that they would like to be in a position where they could spend $180 on a paper clip.
While many agreed the product, designed to be used as a money clip, was extortionate they admitted that they wished they could afford one
While many agreed the product, designed to be used as a money clip, was extortionate they admitted that they wished they could afford one
Meanwhile other Twitter users expressed concerns for anyone who was willing to splash the cash on the product.
The paper clip is the latest designer item to receive a dressing down on Twitter with Balenciaga receiving much criticism for recent accessories. 
The Balenciaga Shopping Bag, a simple white calfskin bag with black handles emblazoned with the fashion house's name, is retailing for an extortionate £870.
Others expressed concerns for those purchasing them while some ever devoted memes to the luxury product 

Others expressed concerns for those purchasing them while some ever devoted memes to the luxury product 
And while that seems a laughable amount for the average shopper, it seems that it's coveted among fashion fans - because it's already sold out. 
It's not the first time that the fashion giant has unveiled a designer version of a staple. 
The French luxury brand released a bag that's suspiciously similar to IKEA's iconic 'Frakta' tote, known for it's bright blue colour, its durability, and its absolutely massive size. 

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