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A Jeremy Scott Fast Food-Inspired Outfit Could Get You 650 Big Macs

Would you like a side of handbag with your order?

1. At Milan Fashion Week 2014, Jeremy Scott teamed up with Moschino for a special capsule collection.

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The collection drew inspiration from Spongebob, Hershey’s, and a whole lotta fast food and is already available for purchase online.

2. Jeremy Scott, no stranger to quirky fashion, sent a tube sock down the runway at his OWN fashion show at NYFW ‘14.

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3. He also masterminded this…Band-Aid suit?

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4. Scott made super cheap fast food into high end couture with price tags to match.

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5. This sheepskin purse retails for $1265, which is about 320 Big Macs.

 

These kitties are like, “Wut?”

6. This sweater dress goes for $935, and for the money, you could buy about 270 Happy Meals.

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This Happy Meal is literally laughing at you.

7. This purse sets you back $895, and that’s the price of about 200 boxes of 10-piece McNuggets.

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And Ronald McDonald wants to slap you silly.

8. This cheesy-puff inspired dress costs $715, which would buy you about 180 bags of Cheetos.

 

Which would probably feed this hamster and his descendants for 10 generations.

9. This T-shirt dress will cost you $350, and that’s also about 120 Egg McMuffins.

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And it might be time to examine your life choices.

10. The $295 you spend on this belt could get you about 125 McFlurries.

 

This cat says, “Don’t be a fool!”

11. The $85 you spend on this smartphone case could get you 50 orders of fries.

 

That’s fries for days.

12. So, what matters more? Your stomach or your wallet, folks?

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