Etymology: A necessary shortening brought on by texting and online commenting, NAGL has been very popular on personal style websites where ugly-ass people with bad taste try to front like they're hot and stuff and not-so-subtle commenters have to put them in their place.
Usage: "Ugh, green tights with an orange tutu and a bra for a top? NAGL! Unsee! Unsee!"
Swag Swag: n. Swag [free stuff] that is actually swag [awesome].
Etymology: Used by fashion-show attendees to describe gift-bag offerings that are actually useful and exciting—the Karen Walker sunglasses, Momofuku cookie, Jeremy Scott watch, or free facials amidst the sea of off-brand shampoos, glossy fliers, and breath mints.
Usage: "Jesus, if I had known that the swag was going to be swag swag, I would have gotten out of bed instead of catching up on Netflix!"
Queen Bitch: n. A model or fashion figure who reigns above those around him or her.
Etymology: While we're willing to guess this term predates even David Bowie's 1971 song of the same name ("Cleopatra I was famous for her 'tude"), it is currently most popular in online model forums where "basic bitches" (normal models) are compared to "Queen Bitches"
Usage: "With her new campaign for Givenchy and those killer lips she is well on her way to Queen-Bitch status IMHO."