Friday, 16 Nov 2018
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Yves Saint Laurent throws penis jewelry including earrings at £ 215 and a necklace at £ 520

You need deep pockets to be able to buy them and you may not want to bring them to your mother's for Sunday lunch, but the penis earrings are here.

Yves Saint Laurent has launched a controversial jewelry line with genitals hanging from earrings and necklaces.

The earrings, made in Italy, have quite detailed penises patinated golden brass and bear the inscription "Saint Laurent Paris" engraved on the back.

If you want a pair, it will cost you £ 215.

But if money is not an object and you want a matching set, you can also get a necklace with a rather large penis pendant for a cup (no pun intended) at £ 520

There is a necklace to match

The necklace is 100% brass and wears YSL charm on the clasp, which is probably the prettiest thing about it.

They were stormed by social media, creating all the controversy.

A Twitter user wrote: "[I don’t know] Worse, the person wearing brass earrings or the fact that she charges you $ 345 for the luxury of wearing earrings for penis … "

Others were confused by the news because they supposed it was a jewel for a man who would hang his manhood.

One of them wrote: "Once again, I misread. I thought it was" jewels FOR the penis "(sic) and I could not understand how would it work. "

The controversial accessories, however, have some fans.

Despite their unique design and high price, earrings and necklaces are out of stock.

The products are both listed as "unavailable" on the YSL website.

Yves Saint Laurent was a French fashion designer who founded his brand in 1961.

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Main reports of Mirror Online

He is considered one of the leading fashion designers of the twentieth century.

Anthony Vaccarello, an Italian-Belgian fashion designer, is currently Creative Director of YSL.

Vaccarello was previously Director of Creation at Versus Versace.

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