Jul 24, 2012 11:20 AM
In our wide and varied travels across the information superhighway, in addition to the fierce and fabulous, we encounter the insane, the arcane, and the absolutely friggin' ridiculous. Sometimes the paraphernalia, tchotchkes, and fashion disasters we come across are so atrocious we have to vent our disbelief and horror, but know, dear readers, we share only the crème de la crap with you. Hence, Doubtblush.
It's finally happened. We hoped this day would never come, but here it is. The roadkill fashion trend has reached fruition. We were fine with the squirrel motif, pleased with the owl infatuation, and even jumped on the bandwagon with the neon animal print bonanza. But this? These Gareth Pugh Geometric Viscose Cashmere Leggings ($455 on pre-order) look like a zebra was ripped apart at the seams (do they have seams?), stretched across a mannequin's obviously non-zebra frame, and slapped with a price tag that would merit an actual safari in a zebra's natural habitat. Come on, people. Let's not make this a thing.