But in between all the over-the-top dresses and stylish bags is insanity. Some of the products high-end designers slap their names — and insanely expensive price tags — on are bizarre, inane, or just plain weird.
Here are 16 ridiculous designer-branded products that are just too absurd — and expensive — for life.
A $185 Prada paper clip.
Are your papers being held together with non-designer clips? HOW DARE YOU. Now there's a luxury option for all your document-holding needs! Thanks, Prada! ($185, Barneys)
A $2,000 Ikea bag.
Balenciaga, now headed up by Vetements head designer Demna Gvasalia, has really taken fashion trolling to another level. Proof: This leather IKEA tote knockoff is over two grand, and still somehow sells out the minute it's available. How are you. How dare ALL of you. ($2,145, Barneys)
A $133,800 Hermes leather horse nightmare.
A $150 Tiffany bubble wand.
BABIES DON'T NEED SOLID STERLING SILVER BUBBLE WANDS FOR $150 OF HUMAN MONEY.
A $40 Supreme brick.
Why? How? Who knows. This actual clay brick is $40 plus shipping — currently reselling for $1000 on eBay.
A $3,000 Balenciaga comforter bag.
"Plastic bag your comforter came in, but make it fashion." Balenciaga does it again. ($2,202 at Net-A-Porter marked down from $3,670)
Christopher Kane zip ties, $30.
I didn't realize fashionable kidnappers were a niche that needed pursuing, but here we are. And if you've become so numb to the insane prices of things to the point where $30 doesn't seem crazy, you can buy a 100-pack of plain plastic zip ties for $9.
A $3,000 Prada chess set.
IT'S NOT REGULAR CHESS, IT'S FASHION CHESS ($3,205, Prada).
Louis Vuitton Band-aids, ???
Shown during one of LV's more well-received recent shows, these leather "LV" monogrammed leather Band-aids may soon become a thing — no word on if (or when) Louis Vuitton will make these bandages available to the masses, though.
A $1,500 Fornasetti garbage can.
I love Fornasetti. Truly I do. But a $1500 trash can? For actual garbage? That's pushing it. ($1,450, Barneys)
A pair of $85 Vetements striped socks.
I mean, sure. Slap a designer brand on white cotton socks and watch the price soar. Vetements must be stopped. ($85, Ssense)
A $2,400 Chanel shaved-fur pillow.
I know Chanel is overrepresented on this list — the brand just makes so many absurd things! This pillow is made of orylag fur (which I had to look up, and turns out to be fancy rabbit). $2,400 for a soft cube to nap on. Sure.
An $85 Nordstrom rock.
The best part? These rocks actually sold out. Joke's on us, picking up our non-luxury rocks on the side of the road like plebs.