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The Selfie Sombrero is Slightly More Embarassing Than the Zardoz Outfit

by Stirling Matheson
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I’m just going to come out and say it: Tom Ford is not going to cosign this, and Daniel Craig won’t be wearing it in the next James Bond film. In fact, the Selfie Sombrero is probably Acer’s worst product of all time, and this photo on the left is only slightly less embarrassing than the one of Sean Connery in Zardoz on the right.

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What’s worse is that Acer hired a professional fashion designer to create this monstrosity to promote one of the company’s tablets, and clearly got trolled hard. Design student/suspected prankster/coked out glitter fairy with an Instagram Christian Cowan-Sanluis is behind this, and also made a matching glitter suit for Lady Gaga, because why the hell not? Also, why is the model wearing a dyed yeti pelt crop top?

If you want to see this in person, possibly because you’re also into snuff films, hit up London Fashion Week and behold the horror.

[via Yahoo! Tech]

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