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Jessica: Zara, Burberry Prorsum, Chanel, and more
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Jessica Zara Prorsum Chanel Puma

Zara: Poplin Top with Frill @ $49.90
Burberry Prorsum: Pink Lace Overlay Embellished Pencil Skirt @ $2,495
Chanel: Spring 2014 Accessories
Puma: TX-3 Sneakers @ ~$78

Jessica Prada MOST Lapalette

Spring 2014 RTW CollectionSaffiano Leather Cuff Bracelet with Applied Crystals @ $1,020
Saffiano Leather Cuff Bracelet with Gold-plated Hardware @ $310
Saffiano Leather Stretch Bracelet with Natural Feathers @ $265

MOST by Lapalette: Amber Belted Boston Bag @ ~$305


Jessica Balmain Jardin Puma

Balmain: Denim Blazer Jacket @ $2,141
Jardin de Chouette: Spring/Summer 2014 Collection
Puma: Disc Lightweight 2.0 Sneakers @ ~$146

As seen in: NYLON Magazine, June 2014 Issue

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New Header
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We have a new header, hip-hip-hooray! Towards the end of last year and beginning of this year we have been making subtle changes to our site to improve user experience. Some changes included:

  • More comprehensive item categories
  • Expanded layout body for larger resolutions and screens
  • Eye catching details for sidebar headers
  • Readers choice polls for Outfit of the Week

We hope you enjoy our new header, it’s more simpler and minimalistic compared to our old one. Illustrations were done by me, colouring by rainca and coding by the extraordinary Gray. There’s more tweaks and upgrades to come such as RSS Feed Images (your email requests haven’t been ignored :)).

Also on a little side note, I encourage readers to read our disclaimer in the the footer at the bottom of the page before sending in emails since we have been receiving a large amount of emails that cannot be answered.

Hope you enjoy our new look!

The Price of Fame: Chanel
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As is the case with luxury and status symbols, nothing of the sort typically comes cheap, and when it comes to Chanel, “cheap” still costs upwards of $500 or so dollars. Needless to say, you need an idol-level salary to be able to readily afford these, and thankfully, Girls’ Generation just happen to be in the position to do so.

Being the upscale fashion house it is, Chanel produces ready-to-wear clothing and accessories, as well as it’s considerably pricier and famous haute couture (“high fashion”) items, which are custom made to suit the needs and measurements of the client, offering the ultimate degree of customization, and when asked, allows the wearer to inform the curious individual that “Yes sir, it’s one of a kind”, doubly so if the individual asking is G-Dragon. Just kidding.

As it stands, the members of Girls’ Generation are typically spotted with the ready-to-wear portion of the designer label, consisting typically of their handbags, wallets, purses and shoes. Though these are in the lower-tier of the product, they still command a pretty penny – the salmon pink clutch wallet pictured below retails for roughly about $950. Oh, to be rich.

Moreover, the girl’s strongly prefer the handbags, as along with the shoes are the most commonly seen of the items. No surprise there, Chanel handbags, alongside the sunglasses and cosmetics, are the widely regarded as the most visible and prominent of the label’s items. While some other luxury makers emblazon their design to almost comical extents on some items (MK all over Michael Kors hand bags), most Chanel bags stick to the tried and true method of the double CC on one or two locations, not too gaudy but not too understated that the brand is unable to be recognized.

In the photo below, Sunny’s bag from the 2013 showcases the characteristics detailed above.

Though at roughly $5,000 a bag, the eye-catching design is nothing to be surprised about. After all, brands survive by revolutionizing or reinventing fashionable statements like bags or glasses. Chanel’s made trailblazing strides in both, and it’s no surprise the members of Girls’ Generation have gravitated towards them and sought to showcase them without even being sponsored models. While the price is high for some, Girls’ Generation is not just “some” group, and money is not an issue for them. With some saving and budgeting(not applicable if you’re either wealthy, if so, you probably just bought the 2 products I pictured above or already owned them), you too can turn an airport into a runway just like Jessica. Only, you know. Without the paparazzi.