Sep 13, 2013 9:57AM

Jimmy Kimmel Trolls Fashion Week Attendees

Gets their opinion on imaginary designers.

Jimmy Kimmel loves good prank. From making chidden cry, to getting Coachella attendees to profess their love for non-existent bands, Jimmy Kimmel's 'Lie Witness News' is all about the lolls at other people's expense. Take these NYFW fashion fanatics. Their passionz for the fashionz know no bounds — not even the boundaries between fact and faction. When asked by a Jimmy Kimmel reporter about the work of imaginary designers, they were all too keen to show off their non-knowledge.

 
From asking show-goers what they think of designers like Edward Munster and George Costanza, to getting their thoughts on some experimental (photoshopped) looks like watermelon helmets and dog poo hair, the results are a barrel of lols. The award for best soundbite has to go to the green-haired boy, who sees the fictional watermelon head look and says "It's fashion. Look it up." Bless!
 

Jerico Mandybur

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