Joe Dirt - fireworks stand scene (by David Emerling)
marketing lessons from joe dirte’
On Pokemon, which is my reference for most important linguistic matters, Burgundy refers to herself as a “Connoisseusse”.
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” - Albert Einstein
We need to reinvent luxury in a more surprising way," he added, or at least treat it irreverently. He mentioned how Miuccia Prada once memorably wore her diamond necklace inside out to show off the backs of the stones. "That was subversive," Mr. Panichgul said, "It made you question the whole concept of luxury." Those words certainly resonate with Marina Albright, 22, a senior at Pepperdine University in Malibu, Calif., who was trawling thought Barneys New York on a visit to Manhattan late last month. She turned up her nose at a selection of kaleidoscopic Pucci tops. "I wouldn’t want one," Ms. Albright said. "They’re almost like wearing a big double G.," she added, alluding to Gucci. Instead she gravitated toward a slouchy, poor-boy cardigan from Marni, pulling it over a tunic-length T-shirt and loose velour pants. "This sweater is Bobo all right," Ms. Albright murmured approvingly. "It works very hard at looking like it’s not trying too hard.
I would like to slap that girl. And the term “bobo” is fucking stupid. Yes, I know this article is like 7 years old now…but still. A signature Pucci print is not comparable to wearing a gigantic logo.
"It’s a meeting of 60s French couture with the nonchalance of 90s grunge," says Roksanda Ilincic of her spring collection.
This is the biggest mistake W has made since they fired Blair Waldorf. Whatever. Only 4,362 days until I turn eighteen. Not that anyone’s counting.
lol-ing at Suri’s Burn Book