There’s no denying that Fendi is the label of the moment with A-listers and influencers alike flocking to purchase (and Instagram) the Italian fashion house’s latest slogan-emblazoned must-haves.
But it seems the mega brand’s most recent drop isn’t exactly gram-worthy, as Twitter users flocked to the social media platform to compare a newly-released Fendi shrug to erm, a vagina.
The not-so-covetable AW18 garment is described on Farfetch as a ‘Touch of Fur shawl’ and the Internet wasted no time in pointing out the undeniable similarities between the accessory and female labia.
One Twitter user was lost for words and simply screenshot the garment alongside the relatable caption: “Omfg…it’s rather, ermmmm..”
Omfg… it’s rather , ermmmm .. 🙈 pic.twitter.com/HmKcELzfLg
— Filthy Remainer Sharon (@Marshall5Sharon) October 12, 2018
While another noted that if you flip the image upside down, the shawl is then even more reminiscent of a vagina.
It get really real when you flip it over 😭 pic.twitter.com/eqfNVeoru0
— Eartha Kitten (@ginandtectonica) October 13, 2018
Unsurprisingly, it wasn’t long until fellow social media users joined in to mock Fendi for its latest tone-deaf design.
One joked, “Oh nooo, no, no! That’s absolutely hideous! ‘Relive the moment of your natural birth, with our exclusive pricey shawl’. It’s missing some fine detail, but you get the idea.”
Oh nooo, no, no! That’s absolutely hideous! 🤢
“Relive the moment of your natural birth, with our exclusive pricey shawl”
It’s missing some fine detail, but you get the idea. 😳
— King Alexander – ruler of Funen. (@ASElliotKing) October 14, 2018
That’s my Halloween costume sorted
— Ben Gough-Cooper (@ben_gc) October 13, 2018
Just imagine…a head popping out of this thing. https://t.co/BX9HWyv5S6
— Emily (@ChicagoHawkey) October 12, 2018
Wait, so when you wear this it’s like re enacting your own birth, but with glasses and a full head of hair? COUNT ME IN or out or whatever
— VoteYouBitches_November6 (@bitchkitten5) October 13, 2018
While simply another tweeted: “That’s my Halloween costume sorted.”
Yet despite the widespread online criticism, the £750 shawl has already sold out online.
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