TREND ALERT: GRAFFITI

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Graffiti is not just for the streets of New York City anymore; it is now more than appropriate (even trendy) to spray paint, dye, air brush, bleach and even Sharpie your clothing. You may be thinking, “Why would I want to draw all over my clothing?”. But graffitiing your pieces can be a very cool and fun way to personalize some of your favorite wardrobe items and give them new life. Don’t we all want something that is truly one of a kind? And if you’re too nervous (or artistically challenged) and do not want to do the drawing yourself, here are some pieces that are already “pre-painted”:

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Black Graffiti Tee: Givenchy

Graffiti Print Love Cross Body Bag: Rebecca Minkoff

Graffiti Canvas Backpack: Chanel

Graffiti Jeans: Proenza Schouler

Red Tag Graffiti Vest: Faith Connexion

Graffiti Double Breasted Jacket: Comme Des Gar├žons

Graffiti Duffle: Louis Vuitton

Graffiti Print High Top Sneaker: Converse Chuck Taylor

Graffiti Canvas Parka: Faith Connexion

Graffiti Baseball Jacket: Dsquared2

TREND ALERT: COLLAR NECKLACES AND CHOKERS

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Collar necklaces and chokers are the hottest items on the jewelry market right now. I love collars because they can add edginess as well as sophistication to any outfit no matter how casual or dressed up the look may be.

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Top Row (from L to R)

Old Roman Coin Collar by Kenneth Jay Lane

Double Stick Collar by The 2 Bandits

Miss Havisham Liquid Thin Collar Necklace by Alexis Bittar

Bandit Bib by The 2 Bandits

Bottom Row (from L to R)

Knot Choker by Jennifer Fisher

Open Scarecrow Collar by The 2 Bandits

 Nebulous Necklace by Vanessa Mooney

Metro Collar Necklace by David Yurman