The New Trendsetter Queen – Amy Winehouse

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So it’s finally official – Wino rulz the Fashion Kingdom! The likes of Karl Lagerfeld are handing over the crown to a drug addict, personality disordered young singer.

What could be more wrong with the world? If we are to take advices from Amy Winehouse, then let’s prepare for a fashion: skinnier than ever for whom hairs seems to be a religion (and I’m not talking just the beehive! Have you looked at her arms? Ever?) as well as alcohol, cigarettes, drugs and self injury. Kate Moss, Sienna Miller and the rest of you fashionistas, eat your heart out! You haven’t been drinking enough and haven’t been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder to take fashion by storm!
(the good news? Ballet flats will still go strong; bad news? Skinny jeans!). How do you feel about fashion’s wino future?


#1 Adriana on 03.13.08 at 4:21 am

How I feel about fashion’s wino future? Now at this very moment? Please don’t let it become sicker as it has become yet because of the $$$$$$$$???

#2 Adriana on 03.15.08 at 7:16 am

I like to “edit” my comment a bit. I’ve seen a picture with Karl Lagerfeld and a bit of a shy looking Amy Winehouse, Mary Kate Olson who all doesn’t smile. But the one that smiles bright and happy on that picture is LMVH’s Bernard Arnault. That picture made me think.

It is very possible they have found a new market target, the younger and more obsessed with celebrity byers? And of course the celebs themselves. A phenomenon that shows in many ad-campaigns too………Amy Winehouse herself is thinking about or is already busy to start up her own line too.

#3 kpriss on 03.17.08 at 1:48 pm

I can see the signature tag right now! A bottle, a needle and a pill! True enough, it’s a possibility, but then again the Kaiser is never reluctant to celebrity, so big sells are making him happy too. Maybe he just doesn’t want to show it, that’s all…

Good point! The problem with this kind of targeting is that they don’t really have lots of money, so it could be ending up by encouraging the delinquency rate. From what I’ve seen, it’s already a fashion moto-stealing from certain luxury boutiques.

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