Comedienne Margaret Cho has designed “The Solitaire” jumpsuit for women. Cho, who performed a North Korean character sketch with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler at the Golden Globes, is serious about this new project.

The “All About Sex” host has teamed up with San Francisco-based clothing line and crowdfunder Betabrand to launch the hooded onesie. The outfit has plenty of storage to hold your daily essentials. It’s described on the site as having two front pockets, two back pockets, a zippered chest pocket and one hidden chest pocket. The current retail price is $160.

Cho said of her Solitaire outfit, “I created The Solitaire because I wanted the perfect outfit. I wanted something that could carry all my essentials: my credit card, cash, ID, lipstick, keys, and smartphone. I want to walk the earth freely without a handbag or anything else to hold me back from my journey, my destiny.

“Enter The Solitaire: a gorgeous, figure-flattering jumpsuit that you can wear anywhere, for any occasion.You can dress it up, with heels and jewelry, or you can get really sporty with it via combat boots and a matte lipstick. Anyway you dress it, you look amazing. All your stuff sits neatly in the zippered pockets. You can take on the world with both hands. Rock The Solitaire. It’s all about you.”

According to Pret-A-Reporter, Cho has already reached 72 percent of her crowdfunding goal.

Cho shouldn’t put comedy on the back burner though. She recently re-tweeted a message saying she should be next year’s Golden Globes host.

Although she received backlash from people saying her skit at the Globes was racist, she’s ignoring the critics. She soon shared her thoughts by tweeting, “I’m of mixed North/South Korean descent – you imprison, starve and brainwash my people you get made fun of by me #hatersgonhate #freeSpeech.”

In a recent interview Cho said she’s proud of Asian Pacific American comedians.

She stated, “I’m really proud. I feel very responsible for all of them. I feel like they’re my children. Like I really feel this maternal feeling towards all Asian American comedians. I’m so proud and grateful that they are doing it. I feel like in my little part, I contributed to that. I’m so elated to have inspired people. So they can do what I did and take it so much further. And that’s the best.”

What do you think of Margaret Cho’s Solitaire jumpsuit?