This Line of Button-Down Shirts by a Billionaire Koch Heir Is Hilariously, Predictably Disgusting

This Line of Button-Down Shirts by a Billionaire Koch Heir Is Hilariously, Predictably Disgusting

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Ivanka Trump has her eponymous fashion line, which mostly consists of knock-off looks from other designers. So it’s not all that surprising that another heir to a conservative douche family would try the same. In this case, that’d be Wyatt Ingraham Koch and his new shirt collection, called Wyatt Ingraham. He’s the heir to the billionaire conservative Koch family, and he’s clearly smart enough to not include his last name in his branding.

Here’s how Ingraham describes his “signature line” of shirts: “Inspired by everything from the bustling streets of South Beach to the colorful prints that are famous for putting Palm Beach on the fashion grid. Throw in a hint of Caribbean flare and a splash of New York Fashion Week,” and you’ve got the idea, according to the company’s bio.

But this collection is getting nothing but negative feedback, at least partly because of Koch’s family name. It looks like money really can’t buy you class, huh? (Or good press, apparently.)

GQ describes the shirts as “the wallpaper from Pee-Wee’s Playhouse made real.” Esquire basically says the collection “is straight up offensive.”

Well, we couldn’t agree more with those reviews. The Wyatt Ingraham line of shirts is downright atrocious. Why are they so horrible? Here are but four reasons:

 

1. The Prints and Their God-Awful Descriptions

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