This season narcissism has teamed with standing/posing on things that you normally would not. It's an unexpected pairing that has delivered some outstanding results. We are just starting to heart this trend; we have a semi-heart-on for it. Some ideas for things to stand or sit on: a tombstone (a little goth, but hey that's an acceptable reference point these days,) a sculpture, baroque furniture, or high up on a tree. Can't wait to see how this trend evolves.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Friday, April 23, 2010
This spring, (it's spring right?), partially died hair is a very strong trend. We heart it! This is a "have your cake and eat it too" type
trend. To clarify, if you are partially passionate about updating your attempts at self expression try bleaching and then dying just the
tips of your hair. It's a way of paying homage to your adolescence and that time when you where 13 when dying or bleaching healthy
baby hair was a way to say "fuck you mom." This trend is an update to that, try it, heart, hate it, change it.
Posted by Logan at 3:12 PM
It's April so rain showers are trending right now. Unpredictable weather, socio-economic uncertainty, regime changes... we believe all these things are causing culture consumers to rethink and revisit the boring old umbrella. This is an emerging trend, but we believe that the re-emergence of the Umbrella has a lot to do with greater social issues that are also inextricably linked to weather which is inextricably linked to humankind etc... But they are also stylish and functional and can be an unexpected form of self expression (blah blah blah.)
Friday, April 9, 2010
I know. Anyways. I'm just sayin.' O-My-God: We've been hearting glasses for a while. And still do. And probably never won't love em. See even retarded people look smart in them. But actually being smart, not so hip, right now. But looking Mensa + being a girl = great and we love it. Forever. Trending way up, and way circular too.
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Summer's almost here. I can feel it. And so can you. Look at your faces, they are so funny, so playful, so hip. Hand gestures and fake mustaches tell me, it's time to show more flesh. This time, for summer, try to choreograph your playful antics: the Japanese have been doing it for years so don't you think us white boys should start?