-We’re all pretty up to date
with current trends. I’d say I’m pretty hip.
I feel like y’all are hip. -Enough.
-Okay. But there’s something that we
all don’t quite understand, and that’s VSCO Girls. Do you have any idea? What would you have guessed
what a VSCO Girl is? -I keep thinking you’re saying
“Disco Girls,” and I was like, “Cool! Sure.” -I’m hoping it’s something
that involves someone giving away backpacks of cash. -Well, let’s get an expert here
to explain to us. Everybody,
please help me welcome our VSCO Girl expert, Laura. [ Cheers and applause ]
♪♪ -Yeah! Thank you so much for
being here, Laura. -Thanks for having me.
-We need a lot of help. -Look at that hair. Wow!
-I know. -Oh, she knows. -So, we really want to learn
what a VSCO Girl is. Can you help us?
What is a VSCO Girl? I can’t even say it.
I said “Vaseco Girl.” What is a VSCO Girl?
-VSCO. VSCO. -Okay. -Okay, so, a VSCO Girl is 10%
attitude and 90% accessories. -Okay, okay.
There’s math involved. Dang it! -Okay, so, first off,
right here, we have the iconic backpack,
the Fjallraven Kanken. -Say again.
-Flaja-raven Kanken. -Can you say it? Can you say it?
Fjallraven Kanken. -Nope. -If you open the first pocket, you’re going to find some
ideal stuff. -Okay. -Are we doing an unboxing
right now? -I think so. -Well, this fell out,
so let’s do the — -It’s a shell brace–
-Puka shells. -It’s a what?
-Puka shells. -Puka shells?
-That sounds like a prank. -We invented this stuff.
This was our generation. -Well…
-Yes! Come on! -Wait. So, VSCO Girls
wear these bracelets? -Yeah, on our necks.
-Oh. -There’s no way this thing is
going on my neck. -Wait. This goes on our neck?
-I just went up 1% attitude. [ Cheers and applause ] -Wait, Justin, Justin,
help me out. Can you — -Yeah, just because I’m from
a different generation where it’s perseverance
and hard work. -Ooh!
-There we go. -Okay.
-That’s attitude, though. -Okay.
-See what I’m doing? -Did that —
This won’t fit on you? -My wrist. How about that?
Am I allowed? -Okay, let’s do it.
I don’t know. You might get cancelled.
I have no idea. -There we go.
-Here we go. -Keep it on forever.
-Okay. -Okay. We’re so cool.
Alright. -I’m feeling personally
attacked, but it’s okay. Okay, next, we have scrunchies, because if you don’t have
scrunchies, you’re not —
you’re just not a VSCO Girl. -I feel like I am VSCO.
-Exactly. -So, wait. So, wait.
-I created this. -I put these in my hair?
-Yeah. Or, well, most of it,
you have to wear as a bracelet. -That’s so nice.
-Wait, wait. -Come on.
-You wear these as bracelets? -Yeah, these are accessories.
Okay. First, Crocs!
-Okay, wait, wait, wait. I thought Crocs — Okay —
I thought they were not cool. -Okay, well, now, they are. -Okay, can I put them on
with my socks, though? -I mean, I wouldn’t
because it’s kind of like wearing socks and sandals. You don’t do it.
-But they’re Crocs! The ship has already sailed.
I’m going to try. -Well, okay.
No-show socks are okay. -What else do we got?
-Next, oversized shirts. It has to be oversized. -Now not having fitting clothes
is considered cute? -No. It doesn’t matter what’s
on the inside. -That’s good. You want some?
-Yes, please. Thank you.
-Yeah, yeah, of course. -Oh, I left my eye open!
I left my eye open! Oh, God! It tastes bad.
-It’s rose. -It tastes bad. You saying it’s rose doesn’t
mean it doesn’t taste bad. -Yeah, smells good, tastes bad. -Well, beauty hurts,
so it’s fine. -Ooh! -Okay.
-Ooh, I like that. -Okay.
-Last but not least — -Can I do this one?
-Yeah, you watch us do this. -So, here’s what this is.
-Instant camera. -It’s a Polaroid camera.
-Mm-hmm. Is there a way to pose
like a VSCO Girl? -Yes.
-Ooh! That’s a good question. -Yeah, what’s the etiquette —
-Let us guess? -What do you think?
-How do they pose? -Yeah.
-Like, very… -Okay. What do you think? -I think, like, if this was —
But there’s, like, a camera in my hand
and it’s pointed towards me… -Yeah? This is what I think. I feel like it would be something along
the lines of, like — -Ooh, that’s good.
-Right? -Close, close.
-Thank you. -I got it. Close, close.
-What do you — What is it? -Okay, so, hip has to be out.
-Hip has to be out. -Oh.
-Hip has to be out. Pop that hip, Justin. Come on. -Put your hands on your hip,
because sassy attitude. -Okay.
-And then peace sign. -Yeah. -Peace sign, whichever way,
but this way is preferred. -Okay.
-And your tongue out. -The tongue, for me,
is one step too far. I’ll give you a little…
-Okay. -Well, this is so much clearer
to me what a VSCO Girl is. I still have no clue.