Yaaaass, capitalism! Because for some unforseeable reason, sales of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's fugly AF button-down shirts have skyrocketed at one LA menswear boutique. Yep, one store has decided that instead of being embarrassed by their cringeworthy clubwear, that capitalizing on the recent arrest of a notorious drug lord (who, you know, is also responsible for the murders of lots and lots of people) is the best business practice.
According to TMZ, LA-based outfit Barabas (awning tagline: "Good Words. Good Thoughts. Good Deeds." lol) has been selling out their $128 "Fantasy" (worn in that Sean Penn interview) and "Crazy Paisley" shirts, to the point where they're apparently using El Chapo's image on the website -- which BTW also "crashed from the initial sales surge." Guess blood on your hands is the hot look for winter?