Ed Hardy Vomits Up Some More Clothes

God, I hate this trashy, trendy crap. Ed Hardy designer Christian Audigier talked about his inspiration for his “Street Fame” show with the L.A. Times. “This collection was inspired by the street, by the famous people I know–the colors, the bling.”

From the look of the atrocious, generic pieces that came trouncing down the runway, the “street” people with whom Augidier consulted for his fashions clearly include the guy who combed through my dumpster outside my last Hollywood apartment cause this garish trash is FUG.

If these pictures aren’t enough to prove my point, how about the picture of Christian flashing crossed-arm peace signs? Boyeeeeee!

Click any image to view all 35+ photos from the Ed Hardy show in the gallery!


God, I hate this trashy, trendy crap. Ed Hardy designer Christian Audigier
talked about his inspiration for his “Street Fame” show with the L.A.
Times. “This collection was inspired by the street, by the famous
people I know–the colors, the bling.”

From the look of the atrocious, generic pieces that came trouncing down
the runway, the “street” people with whom Augidier consulted for his
fashions clearly include the guy who combed through my dumpster outside
my last Hollywood apartment cause this garish trash is FUG.

If these pictures aren’t enough to prove my point, how about the
picture of Christian flashing crossed-arm peace signs? Boyeeeeee!Check out all 35+ photos from the Ed Hardy show in the gallery!