Eva Chen, the fabulous Editor-in-Chief of Lucky Magazine, sent this tweet yesterday afternoon:
Aaaand their ads look something like this:
Aaand their founders look pretty much exactly like their ads…
Aaand Eva Chen always looks like this:
And their game probably looked something like this:
And they wore these fab jerseys.
Or probably more like this:
And as the night goes on, probably like this:
Though we imagine we look a bit like this:
While we imagine the fashion elites with something like this:
Unfortunately for the Lucky Ladies, they got trounced…
Aaand then they all dashed off to the Fashion 2.0 Awards where everyone won.
Speaking of Eva Chen’s awesomeness on Twitter….
And if you weren’t convinced yet:
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- The National Enquirer tabloid is growing by speaking to an audience ignored by mainstream media and backing Trump.
- Furniture stores are being reshaped by a simple fact: many young people simply aren't in the market for their stuff anymore ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
- Model Bella Hadid, who promoted Fyre Festival on her social media, spoke out about the chaos and apologized to ticket holders.