Leon Verres, which pegs itself as "the world's fastest growing luxury goods brand," has created some scathing anti-Anna Wintour t-shirts. They say: "F*ck Vogue, F*ck Anna, F*ck You."
Verres, the man, has some choice words for Wintour, which were included in a press release we received a few hours ago:
“Anna Wintour and her Vogue have been taken the fashionistas for fools for many years. She presents perfectly styled Hollywood stars in luxurious outfits and declares that to be the new trend. Besides that I do not know anyone with common sense who considers such extravagantly styled fashion-zombies attractive, with its costly produced pseudo trends the Vogue only attends on an elitist minority of the fashion world, which is out of touch with reality and dieing out. To sum it up. The American Vogue has become obsolete as style authority long ago!"
Okay, we can't say we disagree with everything Verres is saying, but really? Is it necessary to stage a war against Wintour? Regardless of what you think about Vogue, you've got to admit that the editor has done great things for American fashion, and the industry in general. To be sure, we much prefer Christopher Lee Sauvé's "Save Anna" tees.