In the 1920s and ’30s, foxy lady became an American slang term for a sly or shrewd female. In the late ’60s and ’70s, foxy became a complimentary adjective for an attractive, sexy woman. The Door’s first album in 1967 featured the song “Twentieth Century Fox.” Jimi Hendrix’s’ “Foxy Lady” is a true classic of rock. Pam Grier starred in 1974’s Foxy Brown. The 1980 movie Foxes starred Jodie Foster and Cherie Currie. Today the word foxy is disco-dated, but, ya know, Kerry is doing some justice to that little tank top so she just may revive the word. Where are her roller-boogie skates? We’ll have to settle for the little white socks and high-heeled sandals. Everything is retro today anyway. Whatever the fashion police have on the ready, a pair of big, fine knockers will never go out of style in any decade. We swear this by the boob gods.