We aren’t ones to gush over Michelle Obama’s sleeveless blouses. There will be no peaons to Pippa Middleton here. We don’t think cutting edge fashion begins and ends with Lady Gaga. And while we sometimes rhapsodize over Daphne Guinness, she’s not on our 2011 Best Dressed List because, frankly, she’s a little overexposed, and we find her Haute Goth getups a wee bit predictable. Mix it up, girl.
Instead, we’re honoring those individuals who truly take it to the edge of fashion… the rule-breakers, style-makers, and no-hostage-takers who make us sit up and take notice. Celebrities, sublebrities, and celebutantes who live without stylists, without fear, and are without QUESTION the most interesting people in pop culture.
This military-inspired collection features two styles: the Ammo is based on a classic British army boot, whereas the Pro is built around boots worn in the US military and has been treated to give an authentic worn-in look.
‘I can’t tell people how to have style. No amount of money can buy you style. It’s just instinctive.
‘You can’t try to be somebody you’re not; that’s not style. If someone says, “Buy this, you’ll be stylish,” you won’t be stylish because you won’t be you. You have to learn who you are first and that’s painful.’