Prada went back to basics for its latest accessory.
The fashion house is now selling a “paperclip-shaped” money clip online at Barneys New York. The $185 accessory is made of sterling silver with the word “Prada” etched into it. It’s almost as bad as Nordstrom selling jeans with fake mud splattered on them.
Twitter users were really confused about the clip. Someone thought it was inspired by Microsoft Word:
Lmaoooo this the talking Microsoft paperclip ??? https://t.co/v7A07vdYIf— King 🤴🏾 (@_KingRighteous) June 22, 2017
Others were just here for the jokes:
This shit better hold my whole life together y'all. https://t.co/HH0bUpsmKu— Kim Thai (@kkimthai) June 23, 2017
mood: being wealthy enough to have a $185 Prada money paperclip pic.twitter.com/P774DcQAOr— VENUS (@DEVILDIOR) June 22, 2017
it's a money clip not a paperclip. you know for holding all the money you just spent on something just because it says prada— kitana jade cox (@KItana_JAd3) June 22, 2017
Prada Paperclip for 185$. I bet it can hold a lot of paper pic.twitter.com/CzBRYUo5aK— SharadKandoi (@Sharadkandoi) June 23, 2017
By the time I buy the paperclip, there won't be enough for it to hold 😭— Brown Suga (@tohrusoma_anna) June 22, 2017
We’re just fine, thanks.
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