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What Does Being A Newster Mean For Summer?

Newsters are an animal in the Phylogeny of Fashion that dress fashion-forward according to the New Generation.  Their style can be crafty, shiny, future-y (which would make that person a futurester)- anything that makes the person’s style new.  Newsters are … Continue reading

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Avantgardster Rules

Here are five rules for dressing to turn heads. 1. Plan ahead. Sometimes, in order to pull an avantgardster look off, I plan my outfit a week in advance.  It might take some sewing, glueing, elasticizing, gumming, and fake-uping to … Continue reading

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Transphylogeny

Here at Natural Selection, we’ve said before: you can move from one subcategory in the phylogeny of fashion to the other.  But, nobody is born a plant or an animal.  You’ve been brought up by the Old Generation as a … Continue reading

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The Art Of Holding A Cigarette

Cigarettes make the perfect accessory to any outfit.  Some say they’ve already found/are finding a cure for cancer, so smoke up!  If you’re a smoker, don’t let it shame you- just make it fabulous!  Here’s a guide to smoking a … Continue reading

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Unibrows Are The New Mustaches

Mustaches are sooo tryster faux-New Generation!  Especially curly-cue mustaches.  What’s the deal with nowies wearing mustaches and making duck faces in poorly edited Facebook pics? What’s the deal with hipsters having curly-cue mustaches for realziez? Mustaches are soo DONE- over … Continue reading

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Plant, Animal, or Fungus?

What is a tryster?  A tryster is a fungus that tries to be hipster-y.  Often, nowies TRY to be hipsters, making them trysters.  Sometimes a plant or fungi poses as an avantgardster to go see a show.  That would make … Continue reading

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Cooltential

New words for the Natural Selection Dicktionary, lil Darwinz… Here’s your new vocab words, take out your No. 2 pencils… cooltential and cooltentious. Cooltential (Cool-ten-shal): A person or thing that has potential to be cool. A person that is cool-ish-ish … Continue reading

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Turing a Party into a ParTay

One of my finer qualities is the knowledge of taking a party into the next level.  Here’s a 10-step guide to ensure that your shindigs are high qual. 1. The host should wear an outfit full of conversation starters. This … Continue reading

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Meet James Dwynn

Hi I’m James Dwynn.  When I dress to go to a convenient store, I dress fashion-forward.  When I dress to ‘go out’, I dress fashion-future.  Ya see, it’s all about making an entrance and a statement.  Clothes don’t have to … Continue reading

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Dicktionary of NatSel

Confused bi the language we here at Natural Selection use?  Why don’t we grab the NatSel Dicktionary and I’ll explain. Here at Natural Selection, we’ve developed our own language and way of describing style.  It’s a New Generation!  Forget about … Continue reading

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Plant, Animal, or Fungus?

There’s a fine line between a hipster and a nowster.  Often times it comes down to intellect, talent, morals, taste- anything really.  Here’s an example of a photographer who looks nowster, but is SUCH a hipster based on the fact … Continue reading

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Plant, Animal, or Fungus?

Hello, Lil’ Darwinz…  Welcome to a fabulous edition of Plant, Animal, or Fungus.  I’m your host, James Dwynn. This is a game where you test your knowledge of the Phylogeny of Fashion. Whenever a plant or animal throws a party, … Continue reading

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