Diane von Furstenberg - Unknown - Bag In Memorium
When I was in school, I had a theater professor who asked us to define the meaning of tragedy. After much pointless, repetitive, and highly predictable discussion, we came to the weary and unavoidable conclusion that most tragedies have to do with situations and experiences that could have been avoided had it not been for some ill-fated action on the part of one of the characters.
CUT TO: THE BAGATELLE MUSEUM MANY, MANY YEARS LATER
This, my friends, is a tragedy. Like the Venus de Milo's broken arms or Steve Wynn's Picasso, this Diane von Furstenberg bag is a piece of art that can never really fully be restored to what it once was. We here at the museum have come to accept that and can say nothing except:
Oh, the humanity!!!