I give Brian Lichtenberg's new “designer drugs collection” about 5 minutes before all hell breaks loose (just as he had planned, I'm sure). The designer, who is known for his "Homies" and other designer "parody" wares (which may not actually be parodies after all), has now taken on prescription drugs. The tees read Xanax, Vicodin and Adderall and retail at Los Angeles hot spot, Kitson, for between $58 and $98. Despite whatever Lichtenberg's upcoming PR statement will claim (see it after the break), this is very likely not an attempt to raise awareness about prescription drug addiction. Instead, it appears that he is glorifying drugs to remain relevant and to make a profit. Agree or disagree?