What pop song of the 1950s was this tableau intended to represent?
Answer after the jump.
Ideally, shouldn't those four women playing "1-2-3 Redlight!" be dressed as Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall?
And shouldn't a fabric named "Glo-Weave" have some shine-in-the-dark properties?
Nico Gerard Pinnacle Watch
features a fully functional Apple Watch on the underside of the wrist band. It comes in a stainless steel version for $9300, or a gold version for $112,000.
Their tagline is "Be Uncompromised." Because clearly, having only one watch on your wrist would be a compromise.
In case of power outage, she could take the place of traffic lights.
Be sure to check out the "performance" around 23:00, when ballet slippers and a Skeletor mask come into play.
If only Hollywood had made
John Carter of Mars
in 1979, with Cher as Dejah Thoris, they would have had a surefire hit!
Here's what I'm envisioning: the possibly inebriated rider pulls up in the biker bar parking lot and, eager to join his buddies inside, hops off without disconnecting, instantly and uselessly inflating his jacket and earning much laughter from pals.
I rely on Wikipedia quite a bit, and get upset when I discover an error. I have done so in their
entry on Hot Pants.
Wikipedia attributes the invention of Hot Pants--which they specifically equate with "short shorts"--to UK designer Mary Quant. What a slur on American ingenuity!
You can see below the use of the term and the style in a 1950 issue of
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Original 1950 article here.
And again, in
a 1956 issue.
Plainly, Wikipedia is in grave error on this important scholarly matter.
Look hip and let everyone know you got your clothes on sale. Or that you're on sale. Or that you're wearing a giant sale tag. Or something like that.
These are from the new Moschino Resort Collection that's all about the "beauty of the sales floor."