Looking At The Look Book: Chloe Dietz To Be One Non-Douche at Brown U.

Bay Ridge high schooler Chloe Dietz managed to outwit New York and not come off as any kind of twat, twit, or brat in her Look Book. Good for Chloe, but bad for our Lookers, who mostly gave up on trying to find a way to poke fun at Chloe's down to earth take on fashion and art and ended up loving her up instead. Brace yourself, Brown University — we have a feeling Chloe's headed your way! After the jump, Intern Alexis pushes Cody Chamberlain, Stephen Haskell, and Alice Wetterlund to take a closer look at those Target boots.

Colby Chamberlain, Managing Editor, Cabinet Magazine

What sort of "stuff" is Chloe's mom doing with "chains?"
No doubt still chaining herself to the fences outside power plants,
struggling to reconcile her paralegal's salary with her lost ideals,
chanting about solidarity to stop herself from wondering where
everyone else wandered off to.

What do Chloe's Bay Ridge neighbors think of the Deitzes?
The Bay Ridge community would have little objection to the Deitzes if
only they didn't insist on monopolizing three parking spaces with a
rusty VW Wagon, even when they drive everywhere in an SUV. The
outdated bumper stickers on the back fender confuse the passers-by:
Who's this Nader character, and how do you pronounce "Kucinich"?

We love that Chloe rocks boots from Target. What would Chloe design
as a guest designer for Target, like Behnaz Sarafpour and Luella
Bartley?

Judging from the Peace medallion dangling off her right boot, dear
Chloe will be hawking a sensible selection of pashmina shawls and
bandanas woven from hemp. The poor girl: one day she's going to
discover that there are radio stations other than NPR, and the shock
will be something fierce.

Stephen Haskell, Dancer in the Dark

What sort of "stuff" is Chloe's mom doing with "chains"?
She embosses them and makes belts. But when no one else is home, she
takes off her clothes, lies on the floor, and presses the cold metal
against her quivering pussy. She wants Mr. Deitz to chain her to
their organic canopy bed, but when he makes dry love to her each
Sunday night, she never musters the courage to ask.

What do Chloe's Bay Ridge neighbors think of the Deitzes?
The neighbors think the Dietzes are Wikan, but they're just not on the
same cultural or spiritual plane. It's not their fault.

We love that Chloe rocks boots from Target. What would Chloe design
as a guest designer for Target, like Behnaz Sarafpour and Luella
Bartley?

I hope she would make a pencil grip. Something you can hold, think of
her, and squeeeeze.

Alice Wetterlund, supermodel

What sort of "stuff" is Chloe's mom doing with "chains"?
Schilling them in the Union Sqaure Holiday Craft Village/ festooning
her license plate, and, as it would appear, stuffing the boots of her
precocious daughter.

What do Chloe's Bay Ridge neighbors think of the Deitzes?
They think they should pick up their Goddamn front lawn, that's what.
But Mrs. Deitz has a pretty nice ass.

We love that Chloe rocks boots from Target. What would Chloe design
as a guest designer for Target, like Behnaz Sarafpour and Luella
Bartley?

After completing her double major in photography and
nothing-in-particular, Ms. Deitz will go on to create for Target a
line of somber (yet theatrical) skinny jeans and cinched military
pieces that evoke chintzy Parisian street markets and, like, the
history of art, and stuff.