At last, a dress with its own airbags!

July 9, 2007

Quick quiz: this haute couture creation, presented over the weekend in Rome, is…

  • The first glimpse of a long-awaited collection designed for the Michelin Man’s wife, Madame Michelin.
  • A wistful work of performance art, entitled, “Three Scoops of Strawberry, Melting on a Summer’s Day…”
  • A dress for fashionable women with an unreasonable fear of being swept out to sea in a flash flood…

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A model displays a creation as part of Italian fashion designer Valentino Garavani during his latest haute couture collection in Rome July 7, 2007. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

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Actually, it reminds me of those baby toys…you know…the spindle that you stack rings on. Here’s my question though…how does she lift her arms?

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I think it’s sort of cute.

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~snicker~

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Sally Bailey’s bubble dress
Made her look a silly mess.

Pink and pinker, lighter pink
Tell me, what else should I think?

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She always said she wanted a huge, albino snake. Be careful what you wish for, kids.

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Once past the lips, three times ’round the hips.

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Michelin Man, Michelin Man
Visiting the Merry Maids,

Looks like you did stop and see
How loverly they are.

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….this is what happened when Clifford the Big Red Dog found a bunch of bottles of Pepto Bismol…

I don’t envy the pooper scooper on that one.

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Never thought I’d see the day they’d make a dress out of an inside-out giant catfish.

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Researchers at Playtex are stumped.

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Feed me, Shegor.

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Few early Pepto Bismol test subjects survived to see the turn of the millenium

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