Balenciaga is selling a range of expensive paint-splattered clothes

Rich people spend fortunes to look like decorators.

Chic Spanish brand Balenciaga has unveiled a new range of paint-splattered clothing.

A khaki trench coat with a paint splatter costs £2,490 while a tracksuit covered in fake paint prints will cost fashionistas £800.

Buyers are advised that it is dry cleaned to protect carefully positioned paint drips.

The designer label is also looking to clean up the slack with a pair of white paint-coated boots for a whopping £825.

A retailer says, “Balenciaga is known for adding an industrial edge to traditional wardrobe staples.

Balenciaga unveils new line of ‘paint splattered’ clothing

“Last collection featured these ankle boots, which are crafted from black leather and finished with a contrasting paint splatter print for a final well-worn look.”

It’s not the first time the luxury brand, favorite of Premier League stars, has made headlines with its designs.

Earlier this year he was criticized for selling a ripped hoodie which was covered in holes and tears for £950.

Balenciaga paint splatter trench coat
Prices start from £800

The brand was mocked by shoppers who claimed the sweater was “something worn by Bob the Builder”.

Last month he was also ridiculed for releasing a bag that was the spitting image of an iconic 80s Tesco carrier bag.

Part of Balenciaga’s spring collection, the £925 Italian-made accessory is made from printed paper calfskin, has a press stud fastening and an internal zip pocket.

Balenciaga insisted it was a “modern take on an archetypal bag”.

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