Everyone, put your hands together for Ryma, our new intern. This is not your vicemag’s dos and don’ts list.
In the last couple of years, the fanny pack has had a massive transformation. Contemporary designers have ironically resurrected the generally hated and hard to pull off pouch. Take a look at Alexander Wang’s studded fall ’09 version.
I bet this man is really happy wearing his socks this way. The thing is, it pretty much makes him look crazy. Guys, leave this look for the girls. I mean, unless you make it look awesome of course.
Cher from Clueless dominates the look. On the runway, it’s Prada.
I got kind of excited when I saw someone wearing a scarf – given it’s summer, and we live in D.C.
How sexy does Louis Garrel look in “Dans Paris”? Really sexy. And of course, if you want to invest in a quality scarf, contact your local $$$Hermès$$$.
The Canadian suit tuxedo has made yet another sneaky comeback on the runway. Let’s keep the jean on jean look off the street. Right?
You can do no wrong in Acne, Denim and Thread and Ksubi. If you’re curvy, check out PZI Jeans.
Isn’t she sweet? Doesn’t she make you want to put flowers in your hair?
Diane von Furstenberg’s spring ’09 models were goddess-like with silk flowers dangling from their flowing locks. You might be happy to know that Urban Outfitters currently has a huge selection of blooming hair accessories.
American hippies didn’t invent tie-dye. However, they did make it fashionable in the late 1960s. Just remember, there are various ways of wearing dye – other than the t-shirt version below.
Take a look at Balmain’s incredible spring ’09 collection…
Nails are important. This young lady knows it. Browse Youtube for some amazing and ridiculous instructional nail design videos. It’s an art.
Can’t get enough of all these European boys visiting D.C. They sport the same uniform: Cristiano Ronaldo haircuts, Adidas soccer shoes and sleeveless shirts. I. can’t. look. away.