Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Normcore?

This is so meta I can barely even follow it but I like it.  "Everything's unique that it's not unique anymore. Especially in New York". Basically just a continuation of 90s rehashing but less flamboyant.

6 comments:

DaveNinja said...

I actually tried to read that article but couldnt. But I did see that there is something called BroApp on the same page. I'm guessing its pretty cool

Natalie Rose said...

I think I just figured out a lot of the compliments I have been getting lately. If its a 25 year old woman or an 75 year old woman they love what I am wearing. This is very helpful at work.

-Natalie.

beckler said...

It's an echo of 90s gap ads with really simple basics. White tee and baggy light wash jeans for instance. Picture Kate Moss in this. I didn't like that at the time, but these kids seem to put a better spin on things, like they did with the crazy 90s stuff. This evolution makes a ton of sense to me. However, adidas sweats and slides with socks are still and always will be hideous.

Anonymous said...

Shit I was normcore back in the early 90's. Always ahead of the game, me.
JD

beckler said...

ha!

Anonymous said...

Norm Core-lifer.

Jed