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it conveyed a sense of trashiness and a complete blindness to taste in an effort to follow a trend.
There stuff is actually quite pricey. To be honest some of there stuff is cool.
Would it be safe to say that Ed Hardy is only for people who don't want to put any effort in to finding something nice to wear but still want to give the impression that they have money?
This awful, tacky **** is a brilliant PR move and advertising campaign and nothing more. It came overnight and, by virtue of a smart (and $$$) PR machine, became an "it" brand without really doing anything creative. It's now overlicensed and you can find it at TJ Maxx with keychains, clocks, bar sets (glasses and tumblers), and tee shirts with swarovski crystals marked down to $29. It's HAD its fifteen minutes, 14:45 of which were too much. We're seeing it so much on the streets now only because people are buying it super-cheap at discounters and putting the final knife-stab into its already death-rattled brand image.