So the faux-fashion trend is kind of getting to the point where the "faux" should be removed from the moniker. With big-name stars like Miley Cyrus rocking the ironic statements, there's nothing really fake about them anymore, I'd say these suckers are going mainstream fashion. What do you think about the whole subject?
First Beyonce, now Miley?! We said it once and we'll say it again: faux fashion tops are definitely having a moment. And don't think it's stopping in 2012, either...months after this clever repurposing of fashion brands first crossed our radar, the trend is still going strong. Just take Miley Cyrus, who rang in the holiday season with her family and pets, decked out in a sweatshirt that paid homage to both designer fashion AND furry friends. We all know that the pop star and actress is a total animal lover, so we can't really think of a better model for the Brian Lichtenberg "Feline Meow" sweatshirt, can you? Brilliant! Read More