Boho is Dead, Long Live Foho!

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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The fashion scribes over at the Telegraph have <a href="

" target="_blank">coined a new trend and, once again, you can blame Sienna Miller. "Foho," apparently, is this season's successor to the tyrannous Boho look of late that had everyone and Britney Spears rocking wrinkled, shapeless sundresses, cowboy boots, and 500 necklaces at a time. But then Miller got sick of all the imitation, lamenting, "I just don't want to wear anything floaty or coin-belty ever again. No more gilets or cowboy boots. There are 12-year-olds wearing exact replicas of my mother's Moroccan belt."

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What the hell is the difference between Boho and Foho, you ask? Well, basically, you still have permission to look like shit. Foho is inspired by the look of tripped out '70s folk (hence the "Fo") singers and, horrifyingly, has allowed Miller, Kirsten Dunst, Lindsay Lohan, and Mischa Barton to pair their floaty florals with skinny black jeans, battered Converse sneakers, and way too much kohl. It's basically what happens if Heidi were to mate with a MisShape. So g'hed, wear that electroclash tee with a prairie skirt. Sienna dares you.



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