This blogger really hopes you want to join this experiment...In my short life in fashion journalism, I have noticed that certain words pertaining to bags, blazers, and the big shots who wear them, have become so over-used, so debased, so overexposed, that one wouldn't mind never reading them again. Curiously, all three of my least favorite words are often applied to the perfectly agreeable actress Chloe Sevigny, so with apologies to Chloe, I have decided to dub them sevignisms.
"Over the next decade, she becomes a thrift-store fashion muse, a reluctant hipster deity and performer of the world's second-most famous act of fellatio."
-"Sevigny, Taking Fate Into Her Own Hands", The Washington Post, 3/2/07
"Considering today's mob counts the likes of Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan, Sevigny stands well apart as an actress and style icon, says John Demsey, the global brand president for Estee Lauder, who persuaded Sevigny to join M.A.C.'s long-running AIDS fundraising campaign, Viva Glam. 'She's no sellout,' he says."
-"Chloe Sevigny: Beyond the Labels", The Los Angeles Times, 3/18/2007
"do the tourists from Ireland benefit from owning a pink angora sweater with a bow at the neck just because it says Viktor & Rolf for H&M on the label? Does owning the sweater put them in the same place as a studiously slender fashionista, eyebrows angled toward the art-cum-clothing stalking down the runway to the tones of a Bruce Nauman sound piece?"
-"Critical Shopper: Cheap Chic, If You Can Get It", The New York Times 11/16/2006
So what's your sevignism?
What words are your fashion no-nos?