Customers have expressed some skepticism. Is this a serious endeavor, or merely a way for Anthropologie to appeal to the grunge-loving, green-going hipster culture that has swept the consumer market? "I was so excited to receive this as a gift, but when I put my chickens in their new home, they basically went berserk," a customer from Washington, DC posted on the product review. "My chickens are modern chickens - classy ladies who live in this century and aren't about to set themselves back 150 years just to get a little street cred with the hipster chicks over in Williamsburg with their organic, local chicken feed and ironic waddles." While the retailer may be known for its boho-chic clothing, accessories, and home décor, the last thing we expected them to sell was a build-it-yourself hen pen. Anthropologie is just one of many fashion companies that has extended its inventory to contain some outlandish merchandise. A handful of mass-market clothing stores are selling unusual, eccentric and no to mention, pricey, products too. -- Erika Ostroff, Shine Staff
If you're online shopping at Anthropologie and you happen to be perusing the house & home section, you may be surprised to find products that belong on a farm. Anthropologie is now selling a $3,000, handmade chicken coop made from reclaimed cypress and redwood.
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