We’ve been told to go eff ourselves before, but this is ridiculous.
Libbie Mugrabi — who has appeared on our pages regularly during her high-profile divorce — is to make a range of vibrators possibly inspired by Page Six.
Art world socialite Mugrabi — who caused a stir at Art Basel this month when she threw a 50-person party and climbed barefoot atop a multi-million dollar Damien Hirst statue — is planning to launch a line of merch that includes a print of the Page Six story about her mask-free exploits in Miami.
According to WWD, Mugrabi, 40, who recently launched a line creatively called “Libbie Loves,” “will be taking the photo from the New York Post story, of her atop the Hirst, and printing it for sale, with plans to do bags and vibrators — ‘like a Libbie vibrator’ — down the line.”
It wasn’t immediately clear if the vibrators will carry Page Six’s much-buzzed-about Art Basel reporting. But if such a sex toy does pop up, it would be a huge morale boost to the team.
Mugrabi goes on to tell the fashion publication, “I’m an expert at turning a negative into a positive … Those people that berate me, or belittle me, or made me feel bad, everyone always says, ‘Oh, they wrote that.’ And I’m like, ‘I really don’t care.’ Warhol always said, ‘Don’t read what they write, just read how much page room you’ve got.’”
Mugrabi, who recently settled a multimillion divorce from art collecting scion David Mugrabi, is also making items like hats that say “gaslit,” explaining it’s not only how she felt in her marriage, and adding, “I still get gaslit on a daily basis. Sometimes it’s even by the housekeeper.”
In addition to starting her own business, she has been traveling extensively, saying she is “choosing to live,” and has been between Florida and London, even “traveled immensely through Europe” in the early months of the pandemic when many countries were on full lockdown.
“At first, I waited a month. And then I’m like, ‘F–k it. I’m going to go anyway. Who cares?’ I didn’t leave my house while in a divorce, for two years. So I was ready to move around,” Mugrabi added. “It was a perfect opportunity for me.”
This sex toy could bring an exciting new meaning to the Page Six catchphrase, “If you don’t want it on Page Six, don’t do it.”