Designer Alexander Wang is a nice chap. So nice in fact that he invited a bunch of his fashion fans to a secret event in New York and then surprised them with a warehouse full of free designer clothes.
And then of course, he filmed what happened next.
Inspiring a fashion frenzy, the designer cryptically sent out a message that there would be an exciting Alexander Wang event held at a warehouse in New York. The first 100 in the queue were then led into a dark room where a video from the designer explained that the stylish bunch could take as much as they wanted from the railings of free clothes, but that there were no bags.
'Take as much as you physically can,' he explained, 'because there are no shopping bags, no shopping carts, I don't care how you take it - it's all up to you. Have fun.'
Caught on camera by director Darren Stein for T by Alexander Wang's Fall 2013 video, the lucky 100 then smashed and grabbed their way to a designer wardrobe - tearing up boxes, fighting with each other and grabbing arms full of swag.
Afterwards, not a scrap of clothing was left.
Watch what happened (and try and work out how you would have faired. Pretty sure we could have taken everyone on)...
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