Designer jeans, watches, and purses can be bought, but designer handwriting surely cannot. rkuchinsky (see his own "upper case italic with almost a script like connection between letters and forms" style above in the blue ink) started a most awesome thread, Designer Handwriting, to see what the norm is nowadays. Apparently, it's not always picture-perfect, not always ALL CAPS, and certainly not a pool of carbon copies. Some of us can totally relate to ip_wirelessly (above in the black ink) who writes with his "right foot in a hole" and "gets lazy after about 30 microseconds of writing."
Feel free to upload your own scribbles and comment on others' down yonder at the Designer Handwriting discussion.core77