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Is This a Thing: Being Prepared to Sleep Wherever You Damn Well Please?

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Today, Rick Owens showed his fall 2017 menswear collection that was all “about strapping yourself in for a bumpy ride,” as he told Vogue. You know what’s perfect for a long bumpy ride? Being able to fall asleep wherever you damn well please. Is this a thing?

Model in Rick Owens show Photo: Richard Bord/Getty Images

NO.

Strapping a sleeping bag around your neck and adjusting it could be great. If you just happened to pass out randomly in the street — for normal reasons — your head would be fine and passersby would just think you found a delightful spot for a nap. But if your intention is to strap in for a bumpy ride, as Owens intends, then you should be awake, alert, maybe willing to offer a hand. Plus, it’s just a really bad look. I feel like this guy just escaped a sleepover-turned-BDSM party gone wrong the way he’s all tied up in this puffy sleeping bag-esque jacket.