Basically, if anyone has ever used the word "chic" after a noun, it can go in this article. Seriously, it's not even limited to art, music, or fashion. There are quotes from TV shows:
An ironic coinage by the loafer Onslow (played by Geoffrey Hughes) in a 1995 episode of the BBC TV comedy series, Keeping Up Appearances, created by Roy Clarke: "maximum chic for me is more your laid back slobby look".
and completely unsourced neologisms:
To adopt the dress, mannerisms and, especially, facial hair of American Civil War officers. Often adopted by historical re-enactors.
It wouldn't be so bad if they at least bothered to define what is supposed to go in the article.This post has been edited by Ayrton: Sat 3rd October 2009, 11:26am