Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Bells On wonders...






I think the only sector of the market that Ed Hardy has not penetrated is women's hygiene products. Is that because an Ed Hardy douchebag would be redundant?

12 comments:

GETkristiLOVE said...

I just can't get behind that.

vikkitikkitavi said...

:)

kirby said...

I think I'm glad I don't know who Ed Hardy is.

Jess said...

I'm with kirby on that one!

SFNative said...

Yeah. Who is he?

dguzman said...

Ditto. Guess I'm just not hip to the new "fashions."

Red said...

I don't know who he is either.

vikkitikkitavi said...

Now that you've seen examples of his highly innovative and non-thought-these-have-been-in-old-timey-public-domain-for-years designs, you will now see them EVERYWHERE.

Professor Chaos said...

I've never understood the appeal of ed Hardy. Oooohh, they're designs based on tattoo art! Yeah, really shitty tattoo art. Seriously, walk down any street in any city and you'll see better ink than the crap Ed bases his crap on.

He said...She Said said...

He has 'water' too. I refrain from drinking it with the fear that I might be inclined to wear cheesy douchy ridiculous clothing after.

vikkitikkitavi said...

Thank you for the validation! I assaulted by several trays of Ed Hardy disposable lighters at the liquor store today.

bubbles said...

My daughter (17) loved a $216 Ed Hardy swim suit while we were in CA this weekend at the beach. Yeah, it was a nice cut and the front had a very pretty giant goldfish on it -- but still, even at 20% off, that price is INSANE, and makes me sick.

Thankfully she chose to spend $110 of her own money on a wetsuit to train for the La Jolla rough water swim instead.

Good thing she makes her own money now. sheesh