Fash Cab Is Back! How Insanely Hilarious Are The DANNIJO Designers?

The DANNIJO girl is something of a glam nomad, a member of an exotic tribe that is all about making a statement. Indeed, the jewelry line from sisters Danielle and Jodie Synder features everything from Day Of The Dead-inspired skulls to Native American turquoise, with a dose of Cali surf culture thrown in. So, how appropriate was it to invite quintessential travelers Danni and Jo into the cozy backseat of our Fash Cab, which has been cruising the streets of New York with our editors Kristian and Connie for the second Fashion Week in a row?
We caught up with the designers the weekend before their spring '12 presentation to get the dirt on everything from their Twitter pet peeves to their girl crushes...and of course, no Fash Cab would be complete without our Lighting Round—Quick, Pippa or Kate? We're not sure who laughed more, them or us (Hello online shopaholic!), which, really, was a perfect way to start a week that's more looks than laughs. If you're searching for a quick pick-me-up, we think the DANNIJO girls—who might be the definition of simpatico— put Jimmy Kimmel to shame. And after seeing their latest collection, we don't doubt they'll be visiting him soon.
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