Trendsetter: Blow Up Sex Dolls as Jackets

Yes, that's correct, a designer from Holland has decided to take the, er, useful bits from sex dolls and added them to trackie tops. Weirdly, they're all the rage in Amsterdam...
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Yes, that's correct, a designer from Holland has decided to take the, er, useful bits from sex dolls and added them to trackie tops. Weirdly, they're all the rage in Amsterdam...

If you really want to be fashionable, you’ve got to stop missing the boat. Those gargantuan earrings that stretch your lobes to National Geographic proportions – you missed that boat. When they were shouting “all aboard” to people willing to squeeze into jeans that outline the exact contours of your penis and definitely make you infertile, you were still insisting on unskinny ones from H&M.

Jesus, man, you could have at least allowed someone to ink up your arm with an ironic – or post-ironic, or something - sailor’s tattoo. But no, you were far too busy allowing yet another in a long line of outgoing fashion liners to pull away from the harbour.

So, for Christ’s sake, if in the future there’s the remotest chance of locating the “on trend” button, if only for a second, you must press it. Even if it involves wearing a jacket with a pretend vagina on the elbow.

“I customise existing tracksuit tops with parts of the blow-up dolls – the head, the breasts, the vagina, the anus. These dolls are so ugly and vulgar that turning them into something beautiful has become a challenge for me."

All of which leads completely seamlessly to a new fashion revelation/movement – outfits made out of blow up dolls! Despite the fact that they should only ever be used to receive regular tearful love making from a man who could have had it all, but is now rogering something that he spent fifteen minutes inflating instead.

The hot fashion mind behind these jackets originally intended for the cock of a sweating fat man with low self esteem, Sander Reijgers, a designer and artist from Utrecht, said this:

“I customise existing tracksuit tops with parts of the blow-up dolls – the head, the breasts, the vagina, the anus. These dolls are so ugly and vulgar that turning them into something beautiful has become a challenge for me. The doll is a means to convey something else.”

“People aren't afraid to wear my jackets because my work isn't coarse or vulgar. My work isn't about shocking people or about sex for the sake of sex. To me, sex is a means to make aesthetic, funny and multi-layered pieces.”

“I like to operate in the grey area between art, design and fashion. The jackets are works of art, but you can wear them too.”

You heard the man. YOU can wear them too!

This is your moment.

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