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May 21, 2010


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So when I walk into a store, can I ask where are the “F#@k Me B#@!h Bondage and Black Eye Rock & Republic jeans? Are you kidding me?! I had no idea R&R used such derogatory names. As a stylist one of the main features I look for is best fit. Obviously, I am familiar with the jeans and several styles actually do have a nice fit, but give me a break! Now, I will continue to pay attention to fit and pay even more attention to style names and wash names. I fully support good fashion as a tool to aid us at being our best selves – to look confident and to feel empowered. Based on the detailed information that you brought to my attention, I don’t think R&R’s mission is the same. I am all for being cheeky, but I will not be a Hypocrite and Sabotage the female gender under any circumstances. Just call me Deranged! Words do matter. Thank you Nancy for doing this study!

I am familiar with the jeans and several styles actually do have a nice fit, but give me a break!

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