Lady Gaga These days, no one merges the worlds of fashion, art, and music quite like Lady Gaga. Love it or hate it, her style is always memorable, imaginative, and conceptual. We’re not certain what her MyWearStore would consist of (meat? Teacups? Fishnets??) The only thing we’re sure of is that it wouldn’t get lost in a crowd, just like Mother Monster herself!
RuRaul is glorious in all forms and pronouns! From his one-of-a-kind, custom suits to her elaborate, jaw-dropping gowns, RuPaul packs a serious punch of positivity and thoughtfulness to whatever he does (and wears). We imagine his store being full of form-fitting, cheerful apparel in poppy colors.
Yayoi Kusama Japanese born writer and mind-blowing multi-media artist Yayoi Kusama’s collection would not disappoint. We could probably expect her MyWearStore to feature lots of psychedelic colors, trippy never-ending prints, and patterns that rival a Magic Eye book.
Sure, there’s a high likelihood that Prince’s MyWearStore would have some purple garb, maybe some skin-tight bell bottoms. But, we’re also guessing he’d surprise us with a few items. If his MyWearStore were anything like the contents in his fridge, we’d be in for a slightly confusing and delightful treat. 18 shades of mustard tunics perhaps?
Jaden Smith Jaden Smith is another trend setter that’s waaay ahead of his time. Not only is Jaden’s style elevated well beyond his 17 years, it’s also pushing ahead of society’s current fashion norms. The tunic he wore to prom being just one example. We imagine him designing a MyWear® line of unisex clothing in futuristic colors and sustainable materials.
Bjork is so much more than that dang swan dress. Similarly to how she uses her voice, fashion is a tool for pure artistic expression. Although we can’t predict what her collection might look like, we could almost guarantee it would be awe-inspiring, just like her!
Janelle Monáe It’s easy to imagine Janelle’s MyWearStore being filled with a plethora of fun suits and black and white attire, but it’s the story behind her style that’s the most inspiring:
“When I started my musical career, I was a maid,” “My parents, my mother was a proud janitor. My stepfather, who raised me like his very own, worked at the post office and my father was a trash man — they all wore uniforms. And that’s why I stand here today in my black and white and I wear my uniform to honor them.”
Janelle also reminds the media and those who criticize her suited style that she’s “not for male consumption”, encouraging girls to “embrace what makes you unique, even if it makes others uncomfortable.”
Beth Ditto Beth Ditto is another style chameleon, but one element of her fashion remains consistent: Her looks are always fearless, creative, and inspired. We know her MyWearStore would be an extension of her already amazing sense of style: unexpected, fun, and unapologetic.
Marina Abramović Marina is arguably the most famous performance artist of our time. Possibly less know, though, is her passion for fashion. It wasn’t until after her piece The Great Wall Walk (and a heartbreaking breakup) that she began to embrace fashion, but since then, Marina has become a style icon in her own right, even co-art directing for Givenchy. Although we’re not sure what statement Marina would make with her MyWearStore, we’re sure her marriage of art and fashion would be a show stopper.