I thought this was lame and/or sloppy advertising. Behold the "Maoy's Glampass."
It is never made clear what a "Maoy" is. They could be another Polynesian tribe. They could be a branch of the Malloys who lost their double-Ls in the potato famine. Whatever it is or whoever they are, they're in possession of the glampass, which any Vonnegut reader will recall is a karass of four people fulfilling the same wampeter.
No, I know what the sign's really supposed to say. I just think this is equal parts laziness and terrible design.
I'm no fan of "glam" as it is. I don't aspire to it, I find nothing appealing or desirous about it. Some of my friends are into it, and that's fine, they can go do that thing, but this motif has never spoken to me. That a store would advertise it as a marketable motif and an event function shows me how far I am from mainstream target demographics. Sometimes that's cool, and sometimes it's depressing: it definitely makes it difficult to shop, when all the stores have agreed to sell a load of garish, ugly garments all at once. I hate picking through the least-offensive cast-offs of a season just so I have something to wear.