Smurfette models accessories in Harper’s Bazaar. WHY?!

Smurfette in Louis Vuitton. Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar.Smurfette in Louis Vuitton. Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar.Remember when Marge Simpson was on the cover of Playboy? Or when she wore Chanel in Harper's Bazaar? We'll never quite understand why magazines opt to feature cartoons in editorial spreads, but we couldn't help but laugh at Smurfette's fashion debut in the August issue of Harper's Bazaar.

The accessories story is timed for the July 29 release of "The Smurfs," a film starring the little blue woodland creatures that were so popular in the '80s. Remember them? They lived in mushrooms and frequently used the word "smurf" as a noun, adjective, and adverb. In the upcoming movie Smurfette is voiced by Kate Perry, who given her fondness for cartoon-like costumes and blue wigs is probably a perfect fit for the role.

No offense to the lone female Smurf, but we don't understand why she's in a fashion magazine. She looks completely ridiculous in designer hats, shoes, jewelry, and bags. In the photo above, Smurfette is modeling Louis Vuitton-specifically a $1,230 hat, $940 boots, and a fancy bag that's only available by special order. How practical! You'll definitely want to buy those thigh high boots after seeing how fab they look on a four-inch cartoon.

Smurfette models Dolce and Gabbana acessories. Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar. Smurfette models Dolce and Gabbana acessories. Photo courtesy of Harper's Bazaar. In the photo on the right, Smurfette is decked out in Dolce and Gabbana. Here are the specifics according to the fashion credits:

Bag, $995, hat, $425, earrings, $225, cuff, $225, and pumps, $575,
Dolce & Gabbana
. 877-70-DGUSA. Socks, stylist's own.

So don't try to buy those black knee socks, guys. A pretend stylist lent Smurfette these socks for the photo shoot and they're not available in stores. Also, we can't be completely sure, but we think her face was airbrushed.

Check out the full fashion spread here. We know it's meant to be funny, but we would love to smurf the smurf who came up with this smurfy idea!

Do you agree with us, or do you think Smurfette is totally pulling off these designer looks?

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