Thursday, November 29, 2007

Female DJ's: A Blend of Cool Aesthetics and Musical Savoir Faire



Meet the new style gurus: female DJ's.


At least that's what Ruth La Ferla observes today on her article on the NY Times.

Here is a snippet from it.

'Yes, they are shaping their fans’ musical preferences. And to judge by the prevalence of high-waisted trousers, suspenders, cropped leather jackets, porkpie hats and fedoras on the dance floors, they are calling the tune in fashion as well.'


graphs and quoted text per ny times

5 comments:

Edward said...

Excellent. There's language now for that particular style. Very urban and industrial chic.

dave said...

how Soho-chic!

Bri said...

One of the DJ's in the article actually pointed out that being a DJ in modernity is not that difficult and that to be noticed/considered as one, a certain sense of style has to be created. Form functional to content, anyone?

Erka said...

Hmm, I can almost see you doing that too for fun!

Bri said...

The suspenders.... How do you 'read' them again? :)