My Janet Jackson obsession lays somewhere between Control (1986) and Rhythm Nation (1989) when Janet was rocking keys looped onto hoop earrings and made military inspired pieces work for the ultra curvaceous female figure. Nevertheless, every now and again I get the Janet Jackson vibe and start mimicking Rhythm Nation dance moves and bellowing the lyrics to ‘Pleasure Principle’ at the top of my lungs, even when people are watching. While I lack access to an LP turntable I love LP records, and although it’s a little sacrilegious to purposely warp an LP; these bowls are ingenious for use in the office and home, and I can’t help but love the use of Janet’s single ‘Love Will Never Do Without You’. These broken key earrings from Husam El Odeh feature the cutest little stones, and adding a hoop through the keyhole is a lot less painful than putting actual keys on a hoop (take my word for it). The addition of leather sleeves to the classic Burberry Prorsum trench makes the ultimate statement, they’re almost military, almost biker chick, but somehow still manage to be polished and proper, Janet (circa Rhythm Nation) would be proud. These shearling military boots are perfect for the inner ‘Nasty’ girl who lives by the ‘Pleasure Principle’ and takes ‘Control’, their androgyny makes them uber sexy, especially when paired with a mini skirt or some other flirtatious femme pieces.