Let's count it up: 1. Erin Wasson just had garage sale of her clothes because she wanted to be free of all her stuff, and adopt a more "utilitarian" style. 2. Kenzo's auctioning off a bunch of his art a la YSL and Versace because he wants to live "more free, lighter". 3. The over-the-top feel of the 80's runways have made everyone groan "ew" and mourn the days when sequins, shoulder pads and mini-skirts weren't all on the same runway. 4. This was all preceded by the death of the It bag, over and over. So does this mean everybody's over the 80's before the re-runs have even hit the racks, and are going back to the times of simple lines and uncomplicated pieces (also known as a big part of the 90's) already? Are you feeling like you're over too much fuss in your fashion (and life)? Or are some people just selling their stuff for the cash, and not necessarily for the free closet space?
More News on Erin Wasson's Departure from RVCA
We've got more dirt on the Erin Wasson and RVCA break-up. According to sources inside the company, RVCA dropped Erin Wasson because her team was too hard to work with. "Total chaos and the epitome of unorganized," according to one person we spoke with. We know, what a shocker. The Costa Mesa, Calif.-based skate brand--which as we mentioned yesterday, was acquired last week by behemoth Billabong--will be focusing more on its other collaborations, like the one with Fashion Toast's Rumi Neely. Funny thing is, Neely is essentially a Wasson knock-off, at least when it comes to personal style. We finally heard back from Erin's team; they have "no comment."