Now until December 31, 2011 ad space on WTForever21.com starts at little more than $1/day.
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The deadline for entries on this members only free giveaway is 12am EST on Friday, December 9.
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It’s kind of like those Jerry Springer tapes they sell that are Too Hot for TV and feature a lot of “You ARE the father” break dancing sessions, followed by ladies ripping off each other’s earrings and weaves.
When Rory Beca’s fun, flirty and fresh designs showed up in Forever 21 stores earlier this year I breathed a sigh of contented relief. Looks from Rory Beca like the one below made Forever 21′s near simultaneous collabo with local LA designer Petro Zillia look a candy colored poop on a stick by comparison.
So when I learned late last month Rory Beca would be doing another collection for Forever 21 meant to outfit every holiday moment from meeting the parents to New Years party, I was pretty stoked.
Again, let’s just for a second forget about the broad shouldered, Sunday football linebacker blazer on top and peep what’s occurred around the waist and beyond.
Are these golden nuggets (read: turds) even part of her collection? Sadly, I think they might be, as they are featured in the promo clip for the collab from Forever 21, along with an actually cute little black dress (Rory Beca’s personal favorite) that is nowhere to be found online at Forever21.com.
Maybe they’re planning on putting the rest of the collection up for sale later? If anyone has the inside scoop, email me (racheldkane(at)gmail.com).