A Riddle in Verse

When not editing Worn Fashion Journal, Serah-Marie likes to compose incorrect haiku about fashion icons as entertainment for our staff parties. (She doesn’t always use the correct number of syllables in each line. Just go with it). Can you guess who each poem is about? First person to e-mail all the correct answers to webeditor @ wornjournal.com gets a free available back issue of their choice.

Little black dresses
And perfume for possible
Nazi companion

Waistband signature
Perfume androgyny
Perplexing ex-wives

Two herbivore eyes
Cocaine scandal not harmful
So heroin chic

Queen of Harper’s and
The Met, not afraid to ask
“Why don’t you?”

Fictional writer
None can figure out how she
Paid for all her clothes

German creator of
Overexposed snapshots of
Famed daughters for Marc

Lost weight for fashion
But we never see his eyes
So maybe zombie?

One thought on “A Riddle in Verse

  1. THIS IS ONE IS SO GOOD:

    Fictional writer
    None can figure out how she
    Paid for all her clothes

    i’m going to send my guesses but i don’t think i’ve got them all down!

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