The fashion duo of Jones and Jones released their latest creation yesterday.
"I was just enduring quiet time in my room when inspiration struck," says Cameron
Jones, founder of the new line. "I was emptying my dresser drawers, like I do every day. I've already tried the whole pajamas-as-daywear thing, the long-sleeved-sweater-during-the-sweltering-summer look, and I was just looking for something new. Suddenly I spied a Wal-Mart bag. Where some people see "future trash bag" I see "future outfit."
Sources close to the duo say that Harrison was supportive of his twin brother's creative direction.
"I mean, what are you going to do with those bags anyway?" he said. "This is fashion with a purpose. Truly genius."
The trend's debut was met with mixed reactions.
"Oh. My. Gosh. Do you have any underwear on?" cried one onlooker.
"Awww, they look like little homeless children," said another.
Although the bags are given at local retailers for free, the brothers maintain that every good idea comes with a price tag. "How much will we charge? Well, to get the look exactly right, you really need to go with one of our originals. I figure it took Cameron, like, 10 seconds to stretch it correctly, and tear the leg openings with his feet. It's more involved than it sounds. I'm thinking about eleventeen dollars. Or a pack of Otter Pops," said Harrison.
The boys have been forbidden to wear their creations on the street, putting a damper in projected sales. "Great design is never understood!" cried a defiant Cameron, punching his fist in the air as he was wrestled out of his erstatz overalls by the fashion police.
I don't think the world has seen the last of this creative team's work.