Selena Gomez fronts the adidas NEO summer collection.
Photo: Courtesy of adidas NEO
Well, our karmic meters must be off the charts because we’re not sure what we did to deserve this much Selena Gomez + adidas NEO goodness. Mere days after we peeped the fresh, sporty looks for Sel’s NEO spring campaign, the label launched its brand new beachy-keen (LOL had to) summer collection! Over the past couple of months, we’ve been closely following Selena’s brand ambassadorship for NEO, a project that has her pulling double duty as both face and guest-designer for the teen-styled line. And now that Selena's punctually dropped a first look at the summer collection (in the midst of her other little career as an international pop star, mind you), we are straight REVVED for the dog days. In the lookbook, Selena sports sunspired staples including swim wear, accessories, airy knits, and may even a flamingo or two. Check out more looks after the jump!
Perhaps by now you've realized that we, the loyal attendants of the MTV Style brain trust, prepare for prom like most prepare for Christmas. Over the past few weeks, we've made it our goal to present you with a carefully curated guide to this one night, THE ultimate high school soiree. However, we feel there are certain parameters we need to discuss. Movies set ridic standards for prom by packing drama, hi-jinx, and MAJOR sartorial showmanship, but there is one aspect of fictional proms that seems slightly overlooked: the entertainment. Have you ever noticed how certain movies feature a prom band that is just a little too famous to be believable? I mean, not to dock the history teacher who moonlighted as a DJ at MY prom, but let's face it, most prom committees just don't have these kind of connections. Let's break it down.
USHER - SHE'S ALL THAT
Usher DJ's the prom in 'She's All That.'
Photo: Courtesy of Miramax Films
She’s All That is an insta-classic for several reasons, one of them being the legendary non-sequitur dance scene that takes place at the prom. Usher just so happens to be the "Campus DJ" [Ed Note: a campus which includes LIL KIM amongst its student body, BTW] who, pristinely outfitted in a tux and bowler hat, leads the entire senior class in an impeccably choreographed dance to Fatboy Slim’s iconic big-beat jam, “The Rockafeller Skank." Because we all know that practicing dance routines is exactly what high school students do in their free time. The dance number has ZERO plot-thickening merits, but there is something very satisfying about watching the same R&B superstar who sings “Nice & Slow” preside over a Bob Fosse-inspired skank routine.