Nylon Magazine's February 2010 'Paris, Je Te Aime' spread for their February 2010 issue makes style look easy with their laid-back fashions. Ripped stockings, lace-up boots and endless layers are taking me back to the early 90s days of Doc Martens.
The models look perfectly un-put together in this casual snapshot-styled spread. Check out more shots from the Nylon Magazine February 2010 'Paris, Je Te Aime' editorial in the gallery above.
Implications - The recent recession prompted budget-conscious consumers to make affordable purchases at vintage and thrift stores. This led to a resurgence of grunge and retro fashions in the marketplace which consumers appreciate for their rarity and antiquity. Companies can appeal to their target markets by incorporating these qualities into their product designs.
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