If you thought you can only go luxe up to your underwear, good news: you (or your bae) can now own Saint Laurent condoms.
The brand just released condoms as part of their line-up for Rive Droite, a creative and cultural concept by the French fashion label.
The condoms are selling at their new flagship boutique in central Paris for €2 each ($3.02), which is really affordable for a piece of Saint Laurent, and kinda comparable to the price of 1.5 condom from Durex. But if you go to the UK website, the price is listed as £5, around $8.50, which is more than twice the price in Paris.
They’re not available online at the ‘mo but if you’re planning a trip to Paris soon, head to the vending machine to get a few for your bae or as souvenirs.
The YSL condom machine pic.twitter.com/sXdJ0TVBmJ
— dreamgrl (@SAlNTLUST) September 29, 2019
Scroll through the gallery to see the six designs.
To start off, pick a basic black foil.
And then go a bit more adventurous with chequered prints.
If bae likes triangular motifs on his tie, maybe he’d like it on his condom foil too.
Show your love for bae with heart motifs.
Who says zebra is only for extra people? This could possibly match the carpet that your clothes will soon be on.
Go fast and fierce like a leopard with this leopard print foil.
Based on this tweet, it seems to be wrapped in a chic Saint Laurent black box.
If y’all need the YSL condoms just lmk. Only 10’s or better. pic.twitter.com/urKGcD5mIC
— Chavers (@PrettyBoy_Zwagg) September 30, 2019
With this drop, of course, comes all the glorious tweets.
the only thing i can afford from ysl are their condoms
— judith priest (@caitlangelesque) September 30, 2019
If he doesn’t have a YSL condom he’s cancelled pic.twitter.com/LZSudMBRl6
— Andree (@gucciandree) September 30, 2019
a glass bowl full of ysl condoms is the centre piece i didn’t know i needed https://t.co/Y1JsWGD1oT
— tinüke (@tnxbk) September 29, 2019
This is not the first time a fashion brand is producing latex that’s not part of a clothing item. Last year, Alexander Wang teamed up with Trojan Condoms for “Protect Your Wang” capsule collection, which included condoms. But, unlike Saint Laurent, the “Protect Your Wang” condoms were not for sale—they were given for free with purchase of any item from the collection.