'Trash bag' made of calfskin leather worth over Rs 1 Lakh launched by Balenciaga; memes follow the product launch

Balenciaga released its ‘Trash Pouch’ for sale, few months after it was first featured at Demna Gvasalia’s Winter 2022.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Saturday, August 06, 2022, 07:41 PM IST
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Would really spend a lakh rupee into purchasing a bag for garbage? Seems like we just heard a big No scream... Unless too brand conscious or planning a crime, commoners might not think to opt for an expensive trash bag. However, one of the brands known for its weird and pricey has recently launched a trash bag worth $1,790 or €1,400 (apprx. 1.5 Lakh INR).

Wait, what? Yes, you got that right! Balenciaga released its ‘Trash Pouch’ for sale, few months after it was first featured at Demna Gvasalia’s Winter 2022. The piece is said to be made with calfskin leather and can be purchased from the brand’s boutiques and websites.

Having discussed and known that such a bizzare product has come to the market, people couldn't stay back from expressing their feelings. They took to share memes and hilarious opinions about it Balenciaga's trash bag on social media. Check some reactions, right here:

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