*With apologies to Fela Kuti

More proof that fashion editors remain totally out of touch with what constitutes "affordable". In the June issue of Harper's Bazaar, the magazine's editors call out a two-hundred-and-fifty-dollar tweed headband — courtesy of Louis Vuitton, natch! — that they label a "MUST-HAVE", adding, "It's a fresh way to get in on the burgeoning menswear trend." (Close up after the jump.) Oh well, at least they're not putting Vuitton pieces on baby elephants or anything!

Harper's Bazaar
Earlier: Vogue Magazine: Oh The Irony Of It All