An "Anarchy" Jacket That Costs $375
Behold the Resistance-approved M-65 Anarchy Cotton-Blend Field Jacket, available for a scant, capitalism-shattering $375:
Barney’s New York "SEEK TRUTH! DISOBEY! GET 10 PERCENT OFF DESIGNER SHOES WITH THIS PURCHASE!"
Created by Alpha Industries, a former military supplier (irony included in the price), the jacket is emblazoned with not one but two anarchy symbols. They truly spared no expense here. The word "Revolution" is scrawled across the front -- with a couple of backward letters, because what is the alphabet if not a collection of rules made to be broken?
Angelyn Fernandez of Alpha Industries says they created the jacket to "encompass the artistic and graphic expression of individuality," because nothing advertises uniqueness like commercial products slathered with generic quotes.
Barney’s New YorkThe revolution will be dry clean only.
If this sounds perfect for your next meeting at the DSA's Upper East Side chapter, you're out of luck. The luxury anarchy jacket is "currently unavailable" on the official website. Not out of stock, mind you, simply unavailable. There's no item preview, no pre-order option, not even any indication of when the next batch will ship from Malaysia. Now what are you supposed to do, Sharpie your own jacket?
The Tiffany & Co. $1,000 Tin Can
When was the last time you went out of your way to purchase a can? Not a full can, with beans or something in it. Just an empty can -- the thing you not only do not purchase, but actively throw away on a regular basis. Never? You have never purchased such a thing, nor will you ever? Well, Tiffany & Co would like you to break that streak.
Tiffany & Co. Aw yeah, gonna recycle the hell out of this.