To celebrate M&M’s 75th anniversary, the brand has teamed up with Danish fashion designer, Camilla Stærk, to create these animal print-inspired bags. Fancy new packaging on the outside, same old boring candy in the same old boring colors. (Spotted by Robbie at Target.)
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4 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: M&M’S by Stærk Designer Collection”
I’m sincerely confused by this. A well known fashion designer is hired to make M&M’s packaging. (?) And what’s the genius idea? Zebra print and random floating dots? Is this a joke?
did anyone open the bags? maybe the M & M’s have special patterns
re we positive they are same candy? maybe they have special patterns once you open up the bags.
Yeah, this is weak. These don’t look good at all.
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