Tag Archives: classic

Step Into the Future of Fashion With Classic Inspiration From Ms. Jackie Kennedy

31 Aug


We all know the beautiful Jackie Kennedy, (later to be named Jackie Onassis) as first lady to the charming Mr. John F. Kennedy. Us ladies also know that Jackie Kennedy was a prominant figure in fashion, revamping the White House by bringing style into politics and yes, making it look good. She set the stage for what the ideal “American” woman should look like; sophistcated, classy, and of course fun. I have always admired Jackie for her strong-willed, independent and witty personality. I read a few short excerpts in the book, “What Jacki Taught Us” by Tina Santi Flaherty and something that caught my attention was after the first day she was selected to work for VOGUE MAGAZINE, she turned it down claiming the women worked to hard and were tiresome. Ha! How about that? She made fashion something fun and exciting, not something that consumed her.

Sticky.Vinyll would like to inspire Jackie’s look on to all the ladies approaching the future of fashion, who are looking for something new, but still classic. Notice how less is more and how pearls, a simple hat, and good pair of gloves will change a girl into a whole new woman …AND don’t forget the shades! Thanks Jackie.

“I want to live my life, not record it”

-Jackie Kennedy

“Sex is a bad thing because it rumples the clothes”

-Jackie Kennedy

-Dani Lacy



3 Aug

Many Belles Down

I am so excited to introduce Many Belles Down to Sticky.Vinyll and viewers! Why? Because not only is this line melting with beatiful florals, classic cuts, and ravishing patterns BUT, it is also Oakland based :). With Oakland CA, being my hometown, I am always thrilled to represent and support our creative leaders. Many Belles Down is for the classic woman who still likes to have fun, while feeling free and sexy. Enjoy your “ManyBellesDown” moment with a glass of wine or jump on the back of a motorcycle and ride life’s wave, which ever suites the mood – there is a piece for you!

Take a look at Many Belles Down Fall 2010 Collection!

For more on the line and it’s inspiration watch video here @ Sticky.Vinyll

For more on Many Belles Down visit their website here

-Dani Lacy

Hop On The Cheese Wagon!

23 Jul

The Creator –

The Creator of The Cheese Wagon, Jamar James AKA Skely is taking men’s fashion to a whole new level, exploring what it really mean’s to look and feel luxuriously fly. During our very informal interview, I really got a chance to question and understand the whole idea behind “The Cheese Wagon”, which I am sure a lot of people may ask: “What and where exactly is this name inspired from?” Well, with an increase in energy and a reminiscent laugh, Jamar was sure ready to give a story. “As a youngster, “the wagon” was a term used as a joke or slang to poke fun at something, just something we grew up saying. People knew us for that name. When we got a little older and mature we put “Cheese” in front of the “Wagon” as a stamp of growth and entering man hood. It was like, we ain’t boys no more, it’s time to hop on the money train!Hints: “The Cheese Wagon”, it’s a lifestyle.”

Since early adolescence, Jamar has helped run the Brooklyn fashion scene, creating a buzz for his smooth, classic & clean cut style. While already obtaining a good eye for fashion along with natural artistic skill, it was not hard to bring his vision of men’s apparel to life. Teaming up with life long colleague and friend, Julius Ben, The Cheese Wagon clothing line was introduced to Brooklyn. The “I Love BK” T’s were the first Cheese Wagon creation and it was an instant hot commodity. Now, celebrating it’s five year anniversary, The Cheese Wagon line of classic, luxurious, swagged out apparel has been on the backs of many. Have you hopped on the Cheese Wagon Yet?

This is only the beginning! Stay in tuned with what The Cheese Wagon has in store!

The Cheese Wagon is available at The Wagon Boutique in Brooklyn, NY or online @ www.thewagonbk.com.