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A $91,000 T-Shirt

The latest Hermes collection includes one luxury T-shirt that costs a cool $91,500. The item is a black crew-neck men’s shirt made out of crocodile skin.



The luxury shirt made its debut last fall on the Spring 2013 runway as part of the label’s chiffon crocodile shirt line, but only hit the company’s Madison Avenue flagship store recently.

The Awl, who managed to snap a photo of the t-shirt’s price tag, noted that just the sales tax on the shirt could amount to $8,000.

“Literally, the entire shirt is just luxurious, beautifully sewn swaths of crocodile. This makes it possibly rather uncomfortable, and perhaps a little heavy, for a t-shirt.”

Hermes crocodile Tshirt


Read more: Herm├Ęs Is Selling A $91,500 Crocodile T-shirt | LUXUO Luxury Blog http://www.luxuo.com/most-expensive/hermes-crocodile-t-shirt.html#ixzz2QYKIC6kl

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