Theodora Richards at the Macy's bar III store launch in New York on Feb. 9, Daisy Lowe at the Elie Saab A/W 2011/2012 show in Paris on March 9, and Abbie Cornish at the 'Limitless' premiere in New York on March 8.
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Look, ladies, I saw Exit Through The Gift Shop, too. I mean, we all did. And personally (having worked at a graffiti lifestyle magazine in my youth [OK, to be fair I've worked at several publications that have chronicled the art form BUT I WAS BORN IN THE '70S AND LIVE IN NEW YORK WHAT DO YOU WANT?]), I have a soft spot for it all. I HEART when artists like Todd "REAS" James get to design a whole mess of HILARIOUS characters for TV shows or when Claw Money (who's famous for having the City's most extensive sunglass collection) comes out with original sunnies designs of her own. I am SWOONING over something as simple as KAWS making light bulbs for the Standard Hotel but hold the bedazzled smartphone at this rash of socialite/"it girl"/actress types catching tags all over town! So weird, right? We've got Australian actress, Abbie Cornish, in the April issue of InStyle (she's also on the cover of Marie Claire) talking about how she writes under the name "Dusk," then we've got Keith Richards's kid Theodora getting BUSTED for scrawling a teeny weeny "T <3 A" on the side of a Soho building and pics of model / socialite / designer / illegitimate seed of Gavin Rossdale, Daisy Lowe, bopping around town with actress Jaime Winstone with drippy evidence of a wild graf night out. Is this going to be a thing? Good grief, I hope not.
+ Are these ladies expressing their artistic sides or are they just acting out? Tell us what you think in the comments!