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3.1 Phillip Lim - Front Row - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2014. Striped shirts make you look like "candy canes".


Angel Haze hates striped shirts on guys because it makes them look like “candy canes”.

The 22-year-old rapper is known for her clever lyrics and street style.

As well as being great at picking her own clothes, the star knows exactly what potential dates should avoid if they want to be seen with her.

“Fanny packs! And polo fleeces. Striped [shirts] bothers me: you’re not a candy cane,” she shuddered to

“No baggy jeans! It should be a tight plain shirt with no stripes or anything. They should all be very clean, glossy and great looking, it doesn’t work any other way. I like the whole ['90s Johnny Depp film] Cry-Baby throwback: really cute motorcycle guy who has to be wearing some sort of boot. Givenchy, Balenciaga or Saint Laurent have these really cute boots that just came out. They only do great men’s boots and they never have my size. B***hes.”

To further prove her style credentials, Angel has become friends with Versace designer Donatella.

Thanks to her great advice, the musician now also knows what she does want a future partner to wear.

“Guys should totally wear more Rag & Bone. But there are a few looks from Givenchy that I love, as well as the new lines from Versus and J.W. Anderson,” she listed.

“I guess it’s more androgynous but guys look really good in very tight clothes and girly stuff, especially with their whole masculinity intact. Richard Nicoll has really good stuff – it’s static compared to what fashion is now and boys look really good in it. For up and coming people, KTZ is good for a sporty boy.”

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