I know money isn't your issue but I'd say no. They may look nice but what really matters is quality and durability which I don't think you'll be getting with these. If these brake, you drop it, or the wire s get screwed up, you are essentially left with a 220€ pair of earmuffs. If you're going to drop 220 on a pair of headphones you should get a pair that gives you your moneys worth in quality. That being said I'm not sure how wealthy you are so if you can justify spending 220 on a fashion statement then go for it.
Also, those look like they might be an open air design. Can't tell for sure from the picture. If so, you won't be able to use them at work because everyone around you will be able to hear. I prefer a closed design for work.
^boom shakka lakkka. Republic Commando headset with full microphone capabilities to chit chat with your friends while listening to music at the same time. Going to raid a bounty hunter hive? Take this headset. Traveling into a rancor layer and need to co-ordinate with friends? Take this headset. Going up against a sith inquisitor and you need to trash talk your way to victory while listening to Florence and the machine, take this headset.
Try the Audio Technica ATH M-50's or the V mods crossfade LP's or Beyerdynamic DT880's I believe they'd called? I've got the LP'S and I've day on them twice, dropped them on concrete, and they're still shiny metal lol. What do you need them for? I'm sort of a audiophile.
They don't look awfully sturdy. And I hate to judge a book by its cover, but I can't see great sound quality coming out of headphones like that. It seems like it would be worth more as an accessory than an item with practical application.