Estonian artist Tommy Cash collaborates with French fashion house Maison Margiela for a capsule collection that features a pair of €95 bread-printed slippers called “loafers,” and some other tasty-looking goods. We can definitely file this collection under fashionable oddities with this crazy merchandise.

“Trips to the kitchen become extra nice with these ergonomic, realistic, and really cozy home loafers. As soon as you slip them on, your feet will thank you for winning the bread,” states the Tommy Cash web shop on the product description.

The realistic-looking loafers come in a toasted color styled with a black embroidered logo. The footwear also features a plastic packaging complete with twist tie sealing—just like how real bread loaves are sold.

If you’re avoiding bread, you can opt for another carb option called the “luxury ramen,” also part of the same capsule collection. It is said to “deliver the haute couture savor to quick meals with no need to leave the house.” The luxury ramen may come with a “how-to-cook” instructions, but don’t be fooled by its looks because this product is not to be consumed and only meant to be a collectible.

The Maison Margiela x Tommy Cash collaboration also features non-food inspired but wearable pieces like hoodies, t-shirts, and pullovers in black and white colorways. You can view more of the merchandise here.


Source: Manila Bulletin (https://mb.com.ph/2021/03/29/would-you-buy-this-maison-margiela-x-tommy-cash-loafer/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=would-you-buy-this-maison-margiela-x-tommy-cash-loafer)