So, ladies, what's the point of all this nonsense? I'm a feminine woman as well, but I value conformity a lot less than most others of my gender. I have a style that identifies me as unique, not a follower. I dress like a part-formal, part-casual 21st century Beat. I do like bags of certain labels, but my favorites are tokidoki and Harajuku Lovers. I love bright, colorful, ironically cartoonish prints; they contrast well with my solid black, minimalist wardrobe. I dress to make myself happy. Women criticize my individualistic style all the time, and I gladly ignore them.
Straight men and LGBT people either love my look or don't care either way.
Earlier this millennium, Louis Vuitton, fake and authentic, could be seen everywhere. Now, Coach is super common.
Which brand is next? And don't get me started on Ed Hardy! Yuck!
Some other designer label had better collaborate with MTV programming executives. Then, another label will be ubiquitous.
Whichever brand that is won't make a dime from me—real or fake.