Today in the new Gilded Age: rich people getting RFID tags sewn in clothes to remember which home they left them in. https://t.co/fVZrloK1ZR
— sean (@SeanMcElwee) January 4, 2016
I’d add “and steal their clothes,” except I don’t trust their taste in garmenture, either.
… “We were asked to spiff up a client’s jet because the companies that usually clean planes don’t know how to deal with fine upholstery,” says Wayne Edelman, owner of Meurice Garment Care, who charged up to $300 per hour for the mile-high overhaul. Another client had a leak in her Tribeca loft, and Edelman’s crew was called in. “We had to take out every item in her closet, including 300 pairs of jeans, clean them, and put each one back in its exact spot. She let us know that if anything was out of place, there would be hell to pay.”…
How big an arse must you be, if you need 300 pairs of jeans to cover yourself?