As designer goods continue to play a bigger part in streetwear, those that want to keep up with the latest trends need be creative in how they do so.

Whether that means negotiating a higher salary from your employer (or allowance from your parents), robbing the nearest bank or going a totally different route, one thing is for sure: when it comes to designer items, most people aren't going to have it all.

Enter Cheap Thrills, a YouTube show on SuperDeluxe where host Tabasko Sweet, the self-proclaimed Martha Stewart of hypebeasts, hilariously walks you through step-by-step instructions on how to make cheap alternatives to real streetwear grails.

From Gucci Belts and slides to Supreme Bogos, Tabasko has got you covered when it comes to stunting on a budget.

In the latest segment, Tabasko explains how to make a counterfeit Louis Vuitton coin purse so that you can look and feel as luxurious as Young Thug, Lil Pump and your boy Drake do when they've got theirs hanging from their belt.

Watch above.

In other news, Anti Social Social Club's collaborative capsule with Dover Street Market is dropping this Friday.

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