Back in April, Jimmy Kimmel sent someone to Coachella to make asses of Coachella attendees by asking them about bands that don’t exist in one of his “Lie Witness News” segments. It was hilarious and satisfying in a way that few things ever are, largely because many of the people who attend Coachella are insufferable walking stereotypes with exceedingly punchable faces.
That said, it’s arguable that the only place one can find insufferable walking stereotypes with faces more punchable than Coachella is in New York during Fashion Week — because fashion is IMPORTANT, you guys! Having lived in New York for a number of years, I experienced Fashion Week first hand many times and can say that the disdain I hold for Fashion Week and the people it tends to attract is a disdain that I typically reserve for olives, small talk, weddings, the post office and traffic jams. As this Vice piece on the ball-sucking nature of Fashion Week notes, “Zoolander is pretty much a documentary.”
So, needless to say, I took great delight in watching a few “fashionistas” make fools of themselves by weighing in on the latest styles by noted fashion designers like Meadowlark Lemon, George Costanza, Willy Loman and Eddie Munster. I think it’s safe to say that this is the best thing to happen at Fashion Week since Tracy Morgan’s drunken karaoke performance. Enjoy.
And a special round of applause to this guy for being the worst of the worst…
(Via Uproxx Clip Nation)