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What, oh what, is the fashion world coming to?! We know celebs sell fragrances — heck, that’s clearly why Katy Perry launched one that smells like cats or something — but when John Galliano starts casting 16-year-olds with a distaste for pants in his ad campaigns, well, then things are really going down the tube.
Taylor Momsen, former Gossip Girl star and current rockband front woman, recently stopped by MTV’s studios to chat about her personal style, which she somewhat disdainfully refers to as “comfortable.” Enlightening. Anyway, in what has apparently become true Taylor form, the 17-year-old snarked happily about firing her stylist, how she still wears “pieces from when she was in f**king middle school,” and thinks mixing and matching means wearing t-shirts as dresses.
Taylor Momsen couldn’t be further from the Little J we used to know and love. She recently sat down for an interview and photoshoot with Disorder Magazine — and we have a feeling she accepted the interview based on the publication’s angsty title.
Taylor Momsen, the 16-year-old Gossip Girl star, spent Tuesday night performing pantless (once again) in a nightclub in lower Manhattan with her band, The Pretty Reckless. Which begs the question, where is her mother?
What goes up must come down. It’s a simple law of gravity. So, with one normally poorly styled teen star finally wearing something worth praise, another young celebrity falls short. In this case very, very short.
Taylor Momsen’s character on Gossip Girl may design clothes that she wants her peers to wear, but don’t you dare copy Little J’s style in real life. She thinks it’s creepy.
Sure, it’s not exactly Shakespearian. But if fashion’s cardinal rule of threes (and fours) is to be believed, it seems lately there’s something to the name Taylor. Of course, it’s not quite up there with, say, a Kelly or a Birkin, but try and think of the last time you went anywhere — a newsstand, a grocery store, even the dentist’s office without experiencing some sort of run-in with this moniker-of-the-moment.