The 'Wooster St.' post on fashiontoast features fashion blogger Rumi Neely in a vintage leather dress that looks like an haute couture garbage bag. Or, as Olivia Palermo would say, Neely is channeling Kesha's "garbage bag chic" look.
Check out the photos to see the model posing it up in New York's Soho streets wearing a Forever 21 headband and necklaces, a vintage fringe dress and Dolce & Gabbana wedges.
Implications - Consumers in modern society are looking towards popular figures in the media for answers to their fashion questions. Products that are integrated with certain media people are appealing to those who identify themselves through popular culture. Companies attempting to increase their number of buyers could focus on this when coming out with new items.