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The use of shock factor to express individualism is so common that dressing in timeless pieces is now how you appear unique amongst a crowd. Given Kim K’s date outfit, she most likely does not share my opinion. To be fair to my opinion, I must add that paparazzi swarming her is due to the fame she built from a sex tape… albeit a sex tape that I assume starred her assets…
Have you ever heard of Florida’s saggy pants law? Well, it was a measure pushed for six years before passed into state law in July 2011. The state law is a ban on wearing baggy/sagging pants while at school. So, school officials may now add fashion police onto their resumés.
Luckily for Kim K, I doubt her date with Kanye West was at a Florida public school. Similarly, if Kim K ran off to a picnic in a park in Opa-locka she would not be in violation of law. Opa-locka, a suburb of Miami, has banned apparel that exposes undergarments in all city buildings and parks. I doubt this law would hurt Kim K because she does not seem to be wearing underwear beneath that skirt; however, there is something wrong with the fact that showing underwear would be punishable but a clearly visible crack would pass.
Do you think Kim K intended to show her butt?
Equally stunning news:
For TWELV magazine’s second issue, sculptor Takeo Okamoto was commissioned to create a gown. A gown made of ice. They had to top their first issue’s gummy bear dress.
I included it here to not feature it in a new post as I would have not so wittingly titled the post “Ice, Ice, Baby”
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