(Photo by Joshua White)
Everyone wants to slice off a piece of the Louis Vuitton
name these days. First the French fashion house's iconic logo graced the grip of a poorly publicized hand gun
. Now, the luxury brand is coming to a—clearly swanky—brunch near you.
Well, sort of.
Sadly, the Louis Vuitton waffle maker isn't a household commodity—just yet, anyway. Rather, it's an ingenious work of art created by the Los Angeles-based Andrew Lewicki.
(How many LA housewives would eat this up, do you think?)
Lewicki crafted the designer cookware from Teflon-coated aluminum, enamel on aluminum sheeting, and generic waffle-maker parts.
No-stick properties and
LV-shaped crevices to hold stylish puddles of maple syrup!? Sigh
—why can't this be real?
If it were, would you buy it? We not-so-secretly would!