Yo, we miss Daria. Like, a lot. It’s been 12 years (to the day!) since the last episode aired on MTV, and we’ve been seriously lost without her killer monotone one-liners and general distaste for everything (except pizza). Here’s to the gal who always kept it real—and made the lace-up Docs and pleated skirt ensemble one of the most timeless trends in ’90s history.
Celebrate with whoever you want—crushes, beaus or besties—but do it with cheeky graphics, red-hot lingerie, pretty-in-pink
…the day we become silent about things that matter. —Martin Luther King, Jr.
Hey. You. Watch Dena’s “Cash, Diamond Rings, Swimming Pools” music video real quick. Done? OK, cool, because there’s really no other way to experience her poppy Bulgaria-via-Berlin sound than to just straight-up listen to it. Ever since we heard this jam last summer, we just can’t get enough of her killer singles (and style!). Lucky for us, this March she’s releasing her first-ever album, Flash, and we caught up with her to get allll the deets.
To hell with everyone, you are a f*****g goddess!
Ah, where do we even begin with Maripol? The former Fiorucci art director/NYC scene queen shaped Madonna’s now-iconic “Like A Virgin” look and styled Debbie Harry for her Blondie debut. Basically, she hung out with all major visionaries during the ’80s and brought her Polaroid camera along to document it. This month, she collaborated with Joyrich on a spring/summer collection featuring her infamous pics, so we thought we’d share some of our favorite snaps with you below!
Just when you think an off-the-shoulder bodycon isn’t work appropriate, we give you the Nasty Gal Look Sharp Dress. The crisp white collar gives it an edgy-yet-still-buttoned-up look, and, we have to say, we’re lovin’ how Damsel In The Dress blogger Cynthia Recto styled her frock with some polka dot tights and Jeffrey Campbell Melina Cutout Boots. Check out more snaps of her ensemble below!
Sure, we’re mega fans of sky-high platforms and towering wedges, but sometimes we get flat-out (heh) tired of wearing the same ol’ go-to heels. These days, we’re all about menswear-inspired shoes (think: oxfords and loafers), so we gathered some of our favorite street style looks to show us that, yes, you can dress up even the most basic pair of penny loafers.