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  • Stina Sias

    The D&G doll reminds me of those figurines fashion houses used to send to wealthy women in the victorian era to show off their latest collections and solicit orders… only WAY more expensive!

  • kindled

    Hahaha I want to know who has bought the $80 perfumed origami. How many have sold, ever?

  • Katrina

    To answer your origami horse questions
    1. What? Folded up pieces of paper
    2. Why? Because you have too much money than is good for your health
    3.smell? I am sure they smell like skunk-that’s their secret ingredient!
    4. Where? You put them where your brain should have been

    Great post Amanda! The Anna wintour pencil case is so adorable!

    • Glad you enjoyed it! I love the pencil case, too–would be super fun to have at my desk at work.

    • Halim Amin

      Hahahaha. I love hermes but a foldable origami perfumed…what….(lost track)

  • Sparkletastic

    Cool article. I love interesting collectibles and think everyone should have one or two (not a bunch) to express their personality in their decor. I’m half tempted to buy Dark Knight Karl just because he exists!

  • Daisy

    I actually can imagine the feather boa Lanvin figure on someone’s dresser as you described. The price is a real dealbreaker though! But the horse origamis are the real scenestealer; it ended this ridiculous satire-like commentary on a high note.

  • Starflower

    I just really hope the price for the origami horses is including all of them….not just one, which it most likely is.

    • Haha, it’s a set of four!

      • Starflower

        Lol, still insane! But better than what I thought at least! ^_^

      • shueaddict

        Do they come already folded? Nevermind, my son is an origami master

      • I think they come folded, but it would not surprise me at all if Hermès eventually sells origami kits for little projects like this.

      • hectorrobertocontrerasmiranda

        Actually a origami kit is one of the very few things Hermès has ever offered from free, in early 2012 you could download the instructions to make those same horses along with three pages with one of the scarfs for the season in each for you to print, cut and fold. If you want it I still have it

      • hectorrobertocontrerasmiranda

        Actually a origami kit is one of the very few things Hermès has ever offered from free, in early 2012 you could download the instructions to make those same horses along with three pages with one of the scarfs for the season in each for you to print, cut and fold. If you want it I still have it

  • Amanda

    #8 reminds me of Gladys from Friends…..only less terrifying

    • Cara M

      Yes! Too funny!

    • rodzep17

      Still creepy though!

  • kemilia

    Love the Anna pencil case! Hope she has one.

  • shueaddict

    I bought my niece the Louboutin Barbie … I think I might pass the D&G doll.

    Loved the commentary .

  • C

    Love your commentary on this and other articles, Amanda! The perfumed origami is a hoot.

  • Mya Wilkes

    Don’t know how to play but i would gladly buy the Chanel guitar and put it in a strategic place in my living room. Talk about chic!

  • FashionableLena

    If money were no object, I’d take the Dolce doll. That’s the kind of weird, quirky stuff that I like. But, that Anna Wintour case is just creepy.

  • Giselle

    Haha, you can use Wintour as woodoo doll:)